University of Florida Law Trailblazer: Yolanda Cash Jackson

University of Florida Law Trailblazer: Yolanda Cash Jackson

Shareholder Yolanda Cash Jackson delivered the 2019 University of Florida Levin College of Law commencement address earlier this year. Ms. Jackson is a double Gator having earned both her law and undergraduate degrees from the University of Florida.

“I’m not afraid to try to do things differently…somebody has to do things for the first time, and I like to do that,” said Yolanda of making history as the first African American woman to deliver UF Law’s keynote address.

Ms. Jackson is an experienced Government Law attorney who has established a strong reputation in the community for her leadership and commitment to civic, charitable, and professional organizations. She is also a member of Becker’s seven-person Management Committee, which sets the strategic direction and oversees the management and operation of the firm.

Click here to watch the inspiring video about Yolanda’s career journey and her advice to future UF leaders.