Mike Jackson and Rachel Bowling join the Kentucky SBDC Network
Eastern Kentucky small business owners have double the support with two new business consultants. Mike Jackson, and Rachel Bowling have joined the Morehead State Small Business Development Center.
Mike is working in the Maysville area, and Rachel Bowling has joined the Morehead office.
Mike brings 38 years of experience in building agribusiness, micro-enterprises, and specialized marketing enterprises to the KSBDC team. Some of his more notable former positions include Executive Director for the Maysville Entrepreneur Center, Agricultural and Natural Resources Agent, Agricultural Extension Agent, and KSBDC Consultant.
Along with his part-time KSBDC duties, Mike is also co-owner of Atalaya Farm in Maysville, KY.
Before joining the Kentucky SBDC Network, Rachel Bowling had a successful career in the banking industry. A graduate of West Carter High School, Rachel continued her education graduating from Alice Lloyd College in 2010 and obtained her MBA from Midway University in 2015.
With roots richly woven in Eastern Kentucky, Rachel looks forward to assisting small business owners throughout Eastern Kentucky and hopes to better her community and the people in it. Rachel is a Carter County Native, residing in Olive Hill with her Husband Robert and two son’s Corbin and Turner. She is very active in First Baptist Church of Olive Hill and in various community organizations.