Jacky Wilson is a purpose-driven leader with over a decade of experience in business development, sales, and marketing. Her commitment to serving others has brought her success across many industries, including renewable energy, home improvement services, and medical services. She uses creative problem-solving to help her coaching clients achieve their biggest goals in life.
As an entrepreneur and small business owner, Jacky knows how to build companies from the ground up. She has extensive experience with lead generation, including door-knocking, cold calling, networking groups, and digital marketing. In 2020, she helped build a successful online sales training program for remote solar professionals. Jacky is a strong believer in ongoing personal and professional growth. This has led her to become an active leader in the transformational training community. She volunteers as a coach for emotional intelligence and leadership workshops across the US.
Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Jacky is a 3rd generation Penn Stater and loves to watch football with her friends and family. She also likes to cook and travel and is a self-proclaimed roller coaster enthusiast. Jacky currently lives in Denver, Colorado, where she loves to explore the great outdoors. In the summer, you can usually find her camping, hiking, or enjoying concerts at Red Rocks.
A Few Highlights
Certified in ontological and executive leadership coaching through Ideal Coaching Global, an ICF accredited coaching school
Founded a solar sales and marketing start-up in 2020 that generated $2.6 million in sales during its first year in business
Helped recruit and train more than 100 sales and marketing professionals
Something to Think About
Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Jacky is a 3rd generation Penn Stater who loves to watch football with her friends and family. She also likes to cook and travel and is a self-proclaimed roller coaster enthusiast. She was born and raised in Pennsylvania but currently lives in Denver. In the summer, you can usually find her camping, hiking, or enjoying concerts at Red Rocks.