Eng Jackson commenced her engineering career at the University of Technology, Jamaica, and is a Masters graduate of the Victorian University of Manchester, United Kingdom. She graduated in 2000 in Structural Engineering with a minor in Architecture and Spanish.
She worked in the North Sea and West Africa as a Field Engineer in the Oilfield Service prior to returning to serve Jamaica in the industry of the built environment. She has worked on road rehabilitation projects, commercial, institutional, residential as well as tourism engineering and construction projects.
Eng. Jackson served on the Council of the Jamaica Institution of Engineers from 2005 to 2008 where she was Vice President of Public Relations and Communications for the period 2007 to 2008. She currently sits on the Sustainable Construction Panel of the Institution of Structural Engineers in the UK where she is a Chartered Engineer. Eng. Jackson was instated to the PERB Board in October 2012, and serves as Chair of the Communications Committee.
Kamille served as a part-time facilitator at the University of Technology, Jamaica in the Faculty of the Built Environment, Caribbean School of Architecture from 2010 to 2014 while working in the private sector as a Civil and Structural Engineering consultant. She held the position of Director of Projects at the Tourism Product Development Company from 2015 to 2017.
As a Consulting Engineer, her passion is geared toward sustainable development for Jamaica especially in the context of the built and engineered environment. She enjoys art and fine photography, travelling, poetry and real estate. She is a runner and a member of Pacers Running Club in Kingston, a member of the Realtors Association of Jamaica and the National Association of Realtors and a member of the Transformed Life Church in Kingston.