Moreno Jackson was born in Paramaribo, Suriname, in 1990. He received the Bachelor degree
in electrical engineering from the ADEK University, Paramaribo, Suriname, in 2013, and his
MBA in Innovation and Technology from the Poly Technical Institute of Suriname in
collaboration with the University of Twente, Netherlands in 2017.
In 2014, he joined the Junior Chamber International (JCI) where he currently is appointed as
National Vice President. His current focus is set on training youth the fundamentals of starting
their own business and also help them develop the soft skills which are necessary to become a
trustworthy and servant leader in their community. Moreno is also one of the Peace
Ambassadors of JCI Suriname.
Since March 2013, he has been working for N.V. Energies Bedrijven Suriname, where he fulfills
the position of Power Quality Supervisor. He is also responsible for actively contributing to the
implementation of Solar Generation in distribution network.
In 2016 he was recognized as one of the 250 Young Leaders of the Americas by former
President Barack Obama in the United States of America. As of 2017 he is an official
representative of Leadership Management International (LMI) where he is facilitating the Making
of 100 Champions in Suriname program.
In his spare time, Moreno loves to read books, watch documentaries with his two brothers or
seek adventures in the outdoors.
Global Peace chain is an initiative of MAPS alongwith some partners who are
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