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College of Business

Jackson Wollan

Jackson Wollan 

Business Administration Major

Supply Chain Management Specialization

Organizational Communication Minor

CWU Business Student Ambassador, 2016-Current

North Coast Electric Intern 2016

Future SRS Distribution Intern 2017

Jackson Wollan was born in Spokane, Washington and attended Central Valley High School. During his time in high school, he was part of the National Honors Society and DECA, and attended the DECA state conference during his senior year.

He is currently in his third year at Central Washington University and is working toward earning a Bachelors degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Supply Chain Management and a minor in Organizational Communications.

Jackson has played over 100 intramural games including indoor and outdoor soccer, basketball, volleyball, and flag football. During his freshman year, he got involved with  Happiness club and the Supply Chain Management Association. In addition, during his sophomore year, he got involved with Brother 2 Brother. He added two cohorts to his list this year: Chavez-King Leadership Institute and the Cross Cultural Leadership Program. Jackson took on many leadership roles in his clubs. He is the President of the Happiness club, Vice President of Supply Chain Management Association, and President for Brother 2 Brother. His clubs and cohorts have presented him with plenty of opportunities. Chavez-King granted him a $1,000 tuition waiver to be part of the institution. Brother 2 Brother also enabled him to attend the National Students of African American Brotherhood conference in Detroit. In addition, through the Chavez-King Leadership Institute, he was able to attend the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute Conference in Chicago. He was also able to go on an immersion experience down in New Orleans through the Cross Cultural Leadership Program. 


Jackson also represented Brother 2 Brother and the College of Business as a fifth grade camp counselor, where he had the opportunity to display his leadership skills with the kids. Mount Stuart Elementary has decided to offer Jackson the opportunity to come back as a camp counselor next year. 

In additon, Jackson has had several internships at companies like Berg Manufacturing, North Coast Electric, and will have an internship this summer at SRS Distribution.

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