Titichia M. JacksonAugust 2022 — In July 2022, Professor Titichia M. Jackson was appointed to a three-year term on the board of directors for United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County. As a board member, Professor Jackson will be serving on the Success By 6 Advisory Council.

Success By 6, the early childhood initiative of United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County, works to ensure that every child is ready to succeed by the time they enter kindergarten. Success By 6 brings together early childhood educators, public school administrators and teachers, businesses, health centers, advocates and parents to work toward this common goal. A variety of publications, professional development activities, preschool scholarship funding and community outreach programs assist early childhood educators and families throughout the year.

Established in 1918, United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County is 102 years old. The current United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County provides funding to 25 partner agencies and 39 programs. It also runs a very successful Success By 6 program, heating assistance program, tax assistance programs and a prescription assistance program. They have a successful history of partnering with local agencies on projects such as Pandemic Preparedness, transitioning teams when local companies are closing or significantly downsizing, agency fairs and financial management courses.

Professor Titichia Jackson brings both legal practice experience and the practice of applying cognitive psychology in the classroom to her teaching. She collaborates with faculty to incorporate the learning concept of spaced repetition throughout Dickinson Law’s curriculum while training law students for the rigors of law school, the bar exam, and the practice of law. Professor Jackson teaches the Fundamental Skills for the Bar Exam course and the Dickinson Law’s summer supplemental bar preparation program. Professor Jackson provides individual academic success counseling to students. Prior to joining Dickinson Law, Professor Jackson taught courses and served as the director of bar preparation and support for North Carolina Central University School of Law and served as director of legal education for BARBRI, Inc.