President, The Karpos Group
Ed Jackson is president of The Karpos Group, focusing on inner city real estate projects and the M&A needs of minority- and women-owned businesses. He is a founding partner serving as President of Allen Temple – Tryed Stone Development Corporation which owns the Village of Daybreak Housing Development. He is a 29-year alumni of the Procter & Gamble Company serving assignments within engineering, manufacturing and finance, influencing corporate strategy development as well as corporate contributions and community relations. He has over 25 years experience in volunteer leadership of economic and community development initiatives by serving various boards and committees for organizations such as Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Urban League of Cincinnati, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, African American Chamber, Hamilton County Greater Cincinnati Community Action Agency, and Cincinnati Business Advisory Council – Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.