Timothy Jackson was hired as the new Director of Media for Cowboy Football in the spring of 2013. Jackson will be responsible for coordinating all coaches' video for the Wyoming Football program. He came to Wyoming from New Mexico State University where he was the Director of Football Video from 2011-13.
At New Mexico State, Jackson was responsible for the daily operations of the video department. His responsibilities included: coordinating filming of games and practices, training and hiring students, breaking down opponent film for coaches' analysis and game preparation, producing motivational and season highlight reels, developing recruiting videos and producing player highlight videos for professional scouts. He also helped the program by upgrading NMSU to XOS software and upgrading coaches' I-Pads for travel video use.
Prior to his time at New Mexico State, Jackson was a member of the Mountain West/Big 12 Conference staffs in 2010 as the Assistant Director of Video Services, working with the conferences' Director of Officiating and administrative staff in the breakdown and analysis of football game footage for officials' purposes. The game footage was utilized by current and former National Football League officials in the evaluation of college officials' mechanics and performance. He also produced videos for officials' training and clinics. Jackson coordinated the exchange of video between member schools within the Mountain West. In his role with Big 12 Championships, he assisted in coordinating the streaming of game action and post-event press conferences for the sports of football, basketball and baseball.
From 2008 to 2009, Jackson worked as a resource instructor for the Even Start Family Literacy Program of Prince Georges County Maryland. He taught various life skills to students such as family, health and social adjustment. He taught adult education (GED) classes to various students in the program. Jackson also assisted the University of Maryland Terrapins football team in various capacities.
Jackson was the Assistant Director of Video for the University of Miami Athletic Department for eight years between 2000 and 2008. While at Miami, he was in charge of all Olympic sports video, as well being the top assistant for all football video. Jackson assisted in the filming of practices and games and broke down opponent film for the offensive coaches' analysis at the University of Miami. He helped the Hurricanes with the upgrade from an analog to a digital video editing system.
Jackson began his career in video as an intern for the Buffalo Bills and the Washington Redskins. He was also a video manager for the Howard University Bison as an undergraduate.
A native of Washington, D.C., he earned his bachelor's degree in political science from Howard University. Jackson also holds a master's degree in sport administration from the University of Miami.