Molline Jackson’s professional background and skill sets includes a BA in Landscape Architect, a Masters in Real Estate Development, and over 10 years of Planning and Zoning work experience. Currently, she works at the Montgomery County Planning Department (M-NCPPC) as the Special Assistant to the Planning Director and coordinates public art as a public benefit in the optional method development process. She is not only a Commissioner of the Maryland State Arts Council and a strong advocate for the arts, but she also serves as a member of the Public Arts Trust Steering Committee (PATSC) and continues to facilitate strong partnerships between the regional Arts & Humanities Councils and the Arts & Entertainment Districts. Although, much of her youth was spent in Wheaton, MD (Montgomery County). As an adult, she has called the City of New Carrollton (Prince George’s County) home for over 13 years with her husband and two teenage boys.