Inmar's Scarlett Jackson Named Among Top Women in Business
Inmar has announced that Scarlett Jackson, Sr. Director, Operations and Redemption Assurance, has been named to the Triad Business Journal's 2016 Top Women in Business.
The Top Women in Business program honors women who are accomplished professionally and have also "left an indelible mark on the region as a whole through her community involvement, mentorship and advocacy." Recipients were recognized during a luncheon earlier this month.
Scarlett has been with Inmar for nearly 25 years. She has consistently been called upon to take on additional responsibility as the company has grown - holding eight positions of increasing responsibility during her tenure. Her leadership during the acquisition and integration of Scanner Applications was critical for Inmar in 2015.
"Scarlett is a true leader and has been central to moving our business forward over the years," says Inmar Chairman and CEO David Mounts. "In every situation, she has demonstrated an orientation for results. She responds to changing demands and consistently displays sound business judgment and positive energy."
Scarlett is involved in numerous civic and philanthropic activities - always assuming leadership roles. She serves as Chair of Church Council for Palmyra United Methodist Church. She is a member of the Steering Committee for the United Way Women's Leadership Council. In 2015, she served as Vice-Chair of Church Council for Palmyra United Methodist Church and was Treasurer/Secretary for the S. Stokes Gridiron Club from 2010-2014. Prior to that she was treasurer for the Southeastern Stokes Middle School PTO.