Hi, I'm Kaelin!

I was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia, a historic city that is just a boat ride from Washington, D.C. Growing up on the Potomac River, spending summers on Lake Monticello and vacationing in the Bahamas, sparked my love for the outdoors. I love adventuring outside with friends and family. My family means the world to me. I wouldn't be who I am today without them. My parents taught me to always be kind, work hard and follow my dreams.

I followed my dreams, and my older sister, to Auburn University. Deciding to come to Auburn was one of the best decisions I have made. Though it is hundreds of miles away from Virginia, Auburn immediately felt like home. Auburn has provided me with a strong education, valuable skills and life-long memories that I will cherish forever.

I am hardworking, creative and driven. I am ready to use the knowledge and skills that I have learned throughout college to face new challenges and opportunities.


Kaelin Jackson is a senior at Auburn University. Jackson is completing a major in public relations and is expected to graduate in May 2018. Prior to beginning her senior year at Auburn, she interned at AARP as a brand management event services intern. At AARP, Jackson was responsible for creating event flow and logistic documents, coming up with social media content, coordinating events and managing a budget for those events. She also interned at the Financial Investment Regulatory Authority (FINRA) as a communications and event planning intern. At FINRA, Jackson was responsible for writing weekly blogs for the company’s website, managing social media, coordinating events and managing a budget for conferences. Jackson’s writing has been featured in Women’s Wear Daily, as she wrote a research article promoting Pride and Glory Ventures. Jackson used research and survey method skills learned in an Auburn public relations course while doing this job. During her time at Auburn, Jackson also learned how to communicate messages to key audiences through a variety of media and tools through a multimedia writing course.

Jackson is a member of the Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society and is active in a number of other on-campus organizations.

In her spare time, Jackson enjoys participating in outdoor activities, like hiking and swimming. She is a volunteer at Sunday Suppers, a mentorship program linked with the homeless in Washington, D.C.