Foxye Jackson

Southeast Regional Fellow

As AIT’s Southeast Regional Fellow, Foxye works with our community in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.

Foxye Jackson is a two-time best-selling author, Registered Nurse for 22 years, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner for 2 years, Reiki master, certified coach, and community advocate from the Dallas, Texas area. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. Her authorship includes: Inspirations: 101 Uplifting Stories for Daily Happiness and Manifestations: True Stories of Bringing the Imagined Into Reality.

Foxye helps individuals heal from the traumas of sexual assault and interpersonal violence through various methods, including their own civic engagement. She founded and leads the Dallas non-profit organization Foxye’s I Speak, that facilitates and supports survivors’ healing from experiences of sexual assault, domestic violence, and mental abuse.

Foxye began pursuing her own civic leadership in 2019, after attending an All In Together event in Dallas and joining the AIT Emerging Leaders Program Dallas Cohort. Since then, she has made women’s civic engagement one of her advocacy priorities. She has motivated herself and others to become more aware of the laws that govern, vote, and run for elected offices.