Juli Ann Dalton
Byron R. Jackson
Byron Jackson is a senior executive in international finance and corporate treasury with a track record in building global treasury organizations, with team members from over 20 countries and extensive business experience in over 50 countries. He is currently working as Vice President and Treasurer of Itron Inc. in Liberty Lake, Washington and has held numerous other financial and international positions in Chicago, including Corporate Vice President and Assistant Treasurer at Motorola and Director of International Finance at FMC Corporation. He currently serves as chapter president in Prescott for the BYU Management Society and a career mentor in finance and Spanish. He also served on the advisory board of Spokane Chapter and president of the Chicago Chapter for many years. Byron has worked on the Advisory Board for the Inland Northwest Council of the Boy Scouts of America in Spokane as well as the Northeast Illinois Council in Chicago. He was also President of the first STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Merit Badge University held at Gonzaga in Spokane in 2012. Byron studied at Brigham Young University and received an MBA from Northwestern University in Chicago. He served as a bishop and member of the stake presidency while in Chicago as well as a bishop recently in a young single adult ward in Spokane, Washington. Byron also serves as an advisor to Welvu Foundation in Portland, Oregon. He has a strong interest in supporting young adults in making wise educational and career decisions. He has additional interest in facilitating low cost health education in developing countries.
Nancy Sarager Jackson
Nancy Jackson is a native of Arizona but lived in Chicago for 35 years with her husband, Byron R. Jackson, where they raised their three daughters. She has 9 grandchildren who are the joy of her life. Nancy holds a Masters’ Degree in Counseling Psychology and was a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor for 20 years. She worked as a counselor for LDS Family Services and a member of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists. Nancy had the opportunity to speak at BYU Women’s Conference and this talk is still occasionally broadcast over BYUTV. She has written and presented seminars and workshops for many Church organizations, which include a variety of subjects, including, overcoming depression, self-motivation, communication skills, stress reductions, relationships, and child abuse. Nancy has worked in Church Education System for 16 years as an early morning seminary teacher and institute supervisor and teacher. She is a life coach and career mentor with the Prescott Chapter of the BYU Management Society.