Julian Jackson

Assistant Vice President at Barclays

Julian Jackson is the Assistant Vice President at Barclays where he is the HR Operations representative and lead to regional and global project streams such as ADP Ev5 system upgrades, time-keeping systems across HR platforms, and Barclays Global Payroll & Controls Forums. His day-day-day actives include but are not limited to creating and enhancing controls to mitigate risk and ensure data integrity, monitoring transactions to ensure compliance with Regulation W, and preparing various financial and audit reports to multiple functions within the Investment Bank.


Work Experience

Before his work at Barclays, Mr. Jackson served as the Eastern Regional Assistant Vice President for the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, where he worked with the Initial Membership Development Team (IMDP) to ensure compliance with the guidelines from the National Center for Student Leadership (NCSL) that minimized exposure to any risk.


Key Accomplishments / Boards

He serves on the Board of Advisors to the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, where provides advisory support to the program's Dean utilizing university produced reports and program statistic to adjust curriculum efficiency and increase program recognition, performance, and rank. He works directly with a sub-committee focused on the advancement for both the B.A and MPP program, providing input into the overall research agenda of the school. He was also a Health Insurance Marketplace Certified Application Counselor through United Way Worldwide.


Industries / Areas of Expertise

Public Policy, Legislative Affairs, Marketing, Research, and Community Outreach.



He received his BA in Public Policy Analysis from the University of Virginia. He also plans on pursuing an MBA/J.D. dual program in the coming year to further advance and enhance his academic intellect.


Personal / Contributions at Batten and/or UVA

Mr. Jackson received the Luther P. Jackson Excellent in Community Service Award in 2015 through the Office of African American Affairs at the University of Virginia.