Wroe Jackson Promoted to Vice President and General Counsel of Texas Association of Manufacturers
August 23, 2021
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The Texas Association of Manufacturers (TAM) has promoted Wroe Jackson to Vice President and General Counsel.
Since joining TAM in 2019, Jackson has overseen the Association’s strategic planning initiatives, legislative and regulatory advocacy, membership support and recruitment, and coordination among the Association’s executive leadership. In his new role, he will also serve as the primary legal advisor to the Association and its membership, providing counsel and analysis on policy and legislation, regulatory compliance, and internal legal matters.
Jackson will continue to represent Texas manufacturers before Texas legislative and regulatory bodies as well as federal agencies.
Prior to joining TAM, Jackson was chief of staff and general counsel for Senator Joan Huffman, general counsel for the three Texas Secretaries of State and held positions with the U.S. Department of Justice and then-Governor Rick Perry’s office.
“Since joining TAM, Wroe has served our members with a wealth of public policy experience,” said Tony Bennett, president and CEO of TAM. “We are thrilled to expand his role at TAM to be an even stronger voice for Texas manufacturers and resource for lawmakers and staff.”
Jackson graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in Public Policy Studies in Political Communication and earned his law degree from Saint Mary’s University School of Law.
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