Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center’s New Technology Advisor

The Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center at Georgia Tech is pleased to announce that JarMarcus King, COO of J&F Alliance, has also joined the Center as a Technology Advisor. Mr. King has been critical to the successful launch of the Center’s NEXTTECH 2020 program that connects minority business enterprises (MBEs) to corporations and federal agencies seeking technology and innovation solutions. He offers his technology expertise to help the Center build NEXTTECH 2020 as well as address other technology trends. “We are pleased to have Mr. King on our team,” say Center Director Donna M. Ennis, C.P.F. “His extensive knowledge of technology trends has been invaluable to us as we address the technology needs of corporate and federal agency supply chains.”

Beginning his career as a U.S. Army Cargo Specialist, King has a substantial career in the defense industry working on a multitude of high-level projects fielding new technology in major areas of conflict. Not only has Mr. King completed tenure at the Georgia Tech Research Institute and Redstone Arsenal, but he has most recently been working as a Creative Technologist with J&F Alliance Group overseeing a various range of web projects, mobile apps, and other digital media experiences.

New Atlanta MBDA Manufacturing Center Advisor

Anthony Jackson has joined the Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center at Georgia Tech as Manufacturing Business Advisor. 

In this role, Mr. Jackson will provide technical advice and resources to Center clients and customers.  Mr. Jackson has spent over 30 years in the private sector having served most recently as Group President for TAG Holdings, LLC. He has garnered a considerable career, developing multiple patents as well as securing and managing tens of millions of dollars in revenue for manufacturing companies. “We are lucky to have Mr. Jackson join our team,” says Center Director Donna M. Ennis, C.P.F.  “His extensive knowledge of manufacturing brings essential expertise to the Center that will elevate our service to clients and customers.” Mr. Jackson is also an alumnus of Georgia Tech having earned a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering in 1984.

The Atlanta MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center is extremely excited to have Mr. Jackson on our team. We look forward to the impact his understanding of markets and industries will contribute to our work.