Elected to office in 2001, Jackie served the residents of the City of Holly Springs as Councilwoman and as Mayor ProTem for a length of time for nearly a decade. Jackie was reelected to serve in 2004 and again in 2008. As a results of Jackie’s vision and involvement in the careful and strategic financial planning the City of Holly Springs the City is now are DEBT-FREE.
Jackie continues to serve all residents of Cherokee County as a member for the Cherokee County Development Authority Board of Directors. This volunteer appointed board is focused on the fostering of economic development within Cherokee County by partnering with new business opportunities and supporting existing industries with expansion projects.
In January of this 2013, Jackie was elected to serve as the Treasurer of the Republican Women of Cherokee County. Jackie and is an active member of the Cherokee County Republican Party as well as various Tea Party groups.
Jackie will graduate in April of 2014 from the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute, formerly knows as the Coverdale Leadership Institute.
Jackie has been a licensed Realtor for 20 years and has worked in executive industry roles during much of her professional career having worked for small business to the largest Real Estate entity in the United States. Jackie is a private property rights advocate.
Jackie is a former Executive for ServiceMaster Corporation having worked as a National Business Development Executive and thereby has a keen understanding of the importance of professionalism at every exchange.
Jackie is a cancer survivor and has served or is presently serving on the boards a variety of organizations including Cherokee County Advisory Board for MUST Ministries, The Joan Gaeta Lung Cancer Foundation, The Bonnie J Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and TeamDraft.
Jackie attended Evangel College in Springfield, MO.
Jackie resides with her husband in northern Cherokee County and has three adult children. The Archers are active members of New Life Church in Canton.