White-Spunner Realty Continues To Expand With Hiring of New Team Member, Jennifer Jackson, as Office Manager


Mobile, AL (August 24, 2020) — White-Spunner Realty is pleased to announce the addition of Jennifer Jackson as Office Manager for the Mobile, AL-based business. She joined the firm in July 2020.

Jackson was a cum laude graduate of the University of Central Florida in Orlando, earning a degree in Business Administration. She has more than 13 years of experience as a Financial Analyst in title, energy, construction, and property management industries. Most recently, Jackson served as a Financial Analyst at Stewart Title, in Orlando, FL, where she worked with more than 200 agents. (photo: Jennifer Jackson)

In her new role, Jackson will ensure that the growing team at White-Spunner’s two local office sites – in Mobile and Fairhope – is managed efficiently, as she organizes essential functions and supports real estate and property management professionals. Since 1954, the WSR team has earned a long-standing reputation for maximizing the benefits of commercial real estate assets for its clients through land development, commercial and residential brokerage, leasing services and property management.

“Jennifer’s education and diverse background make her an excellent fit for the expanding White-Spunner Realty team,” said Matt White, President of White-Spunner Realty. “We expect great things from her leadership contribution to the firm.”

Jackson said she is excited to be a part of the expanding real estate market on the Alabama and Florida Gulf Coast. She and her husband, Bobby Jackson, have lived in various cities in Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida and have bought and sold almost a dozen homes as they relocated for work.

Early in her career, Jackson worked as a Finance Associate for the Walt Disney Company, a global leader in entertainment and customer service. “While I wasn’t with them long, I definitely learned the value of relationships and the importance of thinking outside the box,” she said. “Disney wanted everyone to be proactive and challenge themselves to look for new ideas and strategies.”

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