Tobi Jackson is Board President of the Fort Worth Independent School District. A parent, educator, and administrator, she is a lifelong resident of Fort Worth. She has been an administrator and faculty member in public, private, and corporate settings. She has been a community leader for over three decades in Tarrant County, focusing on sustainable, outcomes driven efforts on behalf of Fort Worth youth. Tobi is particularly interested in the social and emotional growth of students and in equity for all students. Tobi earned a B.A. from The University of Texas at Arlington and an M.S. from the University of North Texas. This year, Tobi received a number of awards, including the Amiga Award from The Tarrant County United Hispanic Council, the “Healthcare Hero” Award from the Tarrant County Business Press, and the “Good Samaritan” Award from Southside Youth Association. She was named one of Fort Worth’s Most Influential People by FW INC. Magazine.