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William Jackson


The purpose of my blog is to empower and encourage men to be the best that they can be for their
children, families, communities and churches.

Blogging at:
Seeing Growth

Blogger Bio:

William Jackson, M.Ed.
Employed with Duval County Public Schools as a professional teacher.
Attended South Carolina State University earning a Bachelors degree and earned Masters of Arts in Teaching from Webster University with a focus in Educational Technology. Has also taught in higher education, with NASA, and the Florida Department of Education. I Blog for E3 Business Group of North Florida,, and

have been featured in traditional print media;
The Florida/Georgia Star, Florida Times Union, The Orlando Network,
The Jacksonville Free Press, Onyx Magazine, The Florida Courier, Duval Urban Metro,
and The Christian Reader
My two main blogs can be found at: as a Community Columnist
Seeing Growth Online blog
The most recent is on Onyx Magazine where three blogs were published recently (
I have a Blessed relationship with Cheryl Williams who edits and collaborates on many of the Blogs. I’m a member of National Association of Black Journalists, JCCI Forward, ACLU,
League of Women Voters, Boys2Men Symposium and provide presentations on Social Media/
Social Networks, Bullying/Cyberbullying and basic technology usage for the community.

Active in my church West Friendship Missionary Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida.
The mission I have is to show Black/African American men in a positive light to the world. To use the gift of writing that God has blessed me with to share positive and encouraging words to
those who need to hear a positive word. To have myself in service to my community as a mentor,

teacher, role model and to allow God to use me and move me where He sees fit to put me and for
me to be in order and obedient to his will.

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