Rev. Tony R. Jackson is remarkable and has excelled in multiple domains, including finance, entrepreneurship, and ministry. Born in Muskegon, Michigan, and a graduate of Western Michigan University, Tony’s journey encompasses a wide range of accomplishments.

Starting as an Accounting Supervisor at a major insurance company, Tony’s exceptional abilities led him to agency ownership. As a highly successful Financial Services Professional, he has received numerous accolades, including state, regional, and national awards such as Champion’s Club and Entrepreneur of the Year. He is a 2023 recipient of The Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award. Tony holds licenses in over 24 states and is recognized as a Certified Financial Education Instructor.

Throughout his illustrious career, Tony has held various financial leadership positions, currently serving as a Senior Vice President at First Financial Security, Inc. He founded The Tony Jackson Agency and The Real Money Coach LLC, where he empowers individuals through financial literacy and empowerment. Tony’s expertise has made him highly sought-after as a presenter and trainer. In addition, he captivates audiences as a radio personality on Radio One Praise Charlotte 100.9, a weekly Live show on YouTube and Facebook, while reaching a broader audience through most major podcast platforms.

Residing in Charlotte, North Carolina, Tony shares a fulfilling life with his beloved wife, Alisa, with whom he has enjoyed over 30 years of marital bliss. They have been blessed with four wonderful children: Shakia, Adrienne, Tony II, and Christopher. Furthermore, Tony takes great pride in being a devoted grandfather to five awesome grandchildren.

Notably, alongside his professional achievements, Tony is also a licensed and ordained minister with over 20 years of leadership experience in ministry. His passion for serving others and his faith have been guiding principles. Tony’s favorite quote from the movie Black Panther resonates deeply with him: “A man who has not prepared his children for his own death has failed as a father.”