Jada Jackson was born with a passion and love for performing. She began acting at a young age starring in her school's productions of ‘Shrek Jr’ as “Donkey” and “Marty the Zebra” in ‘Madagascar’. In her high school career, she competed in speech for four years and broke Oak Lawn Community High School record for qualifying for the Illinois High School Association State Competition all four years. She won State for Group Interpretation her sophomore year as a supporting role in “How I trumped Rudolph Steiner”. Jada reclaimed her victory her senior year winning state in Contest play in the production “The Insanity of Mary Girard”, Starring as the Lead, titular role. She also received the All-State cast reward for standing out amongst her cast. She co-wrote two episodes “Pigment” and “Propriation-A” for the youtube web series “Black Girl Chronicles”, also guest starting in “Pigment” as Jordan. Jada Jackson is a dedicated, hardworking, and kind-hearted creative who is ready to persevere.