“Tennessee’s business community benefits when railroads invest private dollars into the rail network that’s connecting our economy. Each year, our freight railroads—BNSF, CN, CSX, KCS and Norfolk Southern—build and enhance Tennessee’s lines, increasing efficiency and safety.”
Bradley Jackson currently serves as Interim President for the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Tennessee Manufacturers Association. He served as the Chamber’s Vice President for Government Relations and Community Affairs prior to this role. While with the Chamber, Jackson has worked at the forefront of business issues in the General Assembly, including tort reform, workers’ compensation, taxation, business regulatory issues, infrastructure, economic development policy, and environmental and energy policy.
Jackson began his career in the State Legislature, as a research analyst for the Senate and House Finance, Ways and Means committee and later shifted to the executive branch where he headed up legislative operations for the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions. He later worked in the Governor’s office where he managed the implementation of various state government initiatives and external relationships. Jackson is a native of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee and graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.