Brenda Jackson is a native Texan and Houstonian, who grew up in the ship channel area, graduated from Galena Park High School, and progressed on to a sophisticated, Wall Street business woman and has grown a successful financial company. Using her extensive college, teaching, and business skills she offers a personal touch to her clients while helping them meet objectives well beyond their investment goals.
Having taught banking and finance in Houston and working for companies such as Gerald Hines Interests, The Wall Street Journal, the Houston Independent School District, Club Corporation of America, the Houston Business Journal, and owning her own company, Brenda draws on her vast financial and educational talents to help identify and plan successful strategies for individual, business owners, and corporate executives.
This “Hall of Fame” recipient from Lee Junior College in Baytown, Texas, progressed through Sam Houston State University and continued her education with The University of Houston. Along with building a financial services business she has also taught numerous workshops in the community through Drake Beam Morin, Inc., North Harris Community College, Exxon Mobil, The Work Source, Between Job Ministries in Northwest Houston, and other independent groups in and around Houston Texas.
Brenda joined Shank Wealth Management in 2012, an independently owned and operated branch office of LPL Financial, as partner and vice president. LPL Financial was founded over 40 years ago, and as a fully independent firm is able to provide objective financial advice while making the best choices for our client tailored to their individual situations and desires. Here Brenda, along with our dedicated and highly qualified advisors and team members, can design comprehensive Private Wealth management plans aligned with the values and lifestyles and desires of our customers.
Brenda is a Christian and member of The Met Baptist Church, served on the Board of Governors for the Houston NW Chamber of Commerce, Board of Trustees for the Texas Repertory Theatre Company, Captain for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, Junior Rodeo Committee, and the Homeowners Association Board for her community. Brenda recently accepted a position on the Board of Directors for WINGS, a faith based organization that teaches life and work skills to women at risk. Her hobbies include horseback riding, working with women and students to teach them more about how to manage their money, traveling and spending as much time as possible with her daughter and son-in-law and grandson.