As senior vice president and chief supply chain officer for Lexmark International, Tonya Jackson is responsible for worldwide supply chain operations including demand/supply planning, global sourcing, hardware and supplies manufacturing, distribution and logistics, and the Shared Services Centers for Lexmark.
Jackson has led Lexmark’s global supply chain operations since 2013. Before that, she served as the vice president and general manager of worldwide supplies operations for two years. She was responsible for global manufacturing and engineering operations of Lexmark’s printer supplies.
Jackson has been with Lexmark since its inception in 1991. She has held various management roles, including director of experience design, director of technology services, director of sustainability and technology manager.
She began her career with IBM, holding various engineering staff positions.
Jackson holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Hampton University, a master's degree in chemistry from Vassar College and a master’s degree in business administration from Ohio University.