Jack has a decade of experience working for nonprofit organizations. He has previously worked for the Special Recreation Association of Lake County (SRACLC), the VING Project, Coalition of Homelessness and Housing in Ohio (COHHIO). Before joining Bickerdike, Jack served as the Director of Operations and Development at the Reeb Center, a nationally-recognized model for nonprofit collaboration and human service delivery where partners addressing a range of needs from housing to employment to food insecurity all lived and worked under one roof. He earned degrees from the Ohio State University (OSU) in Public Administration and Policy, African-American and African Studies, and minored in Spanish. While attending OSU, Jack also led a variety of community programs in the Department of Social Change, including managing two award-winning youth prison programs. Jack earned a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) from OSU as well. He is passionate about holistically serving under-resourced and marginalized communities through effective, efficient, and client-centered systems of service delivery.