About the Author
Esther Jackson

Esther Jackson is a project manager, local college instructor, speaker, instructional designer, and trainer. She has been able to focus on the evolving learning needs and expectations of today’s multigenerational workforce. Esther has a proven track record of equipping people with the skills and knowledge to face challenges in the midst of constant change by addressing the employee experience, workforce engagement, performance, and professional development.

Esther has more than 20 years of combined experience in HR leadership, project management, talent development, and diversity and inclusion. Her dedication and commitment to the development, productivity, and performance success of others has helped propel her in multiple roles in the public and private sectors. She has also taken the stage speaking at multiple national and local conferences in addition to writing articles on talent development and diversity topics.

In addition, she serves as a National Advisor for Chapters with the Association for Talent Development (ATD). Esther was previously president of the ATD Detroit Chapter, and is currently involved with Detroit SHRM, NAAAHR-State of Michigan, and other ATD chapters across the US.

Esther has a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in education from Wayne State University. She has a doctoral degree in higher education and adult learning from Walden University. Her doctoral study on technology preferences of multiple generations in the workplace classroom has received nearly 1,000 downloads since its publication three years ago. In addition, she holds an Adaptability Quotient (AQ) Certification.