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Equality Means Business is a project of Equality Florida & the Equality Florida Institute. We are the largest civil rights organization in Florida dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. For more information call 813-870-3735.

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Jason Jenkins

Vice President of Communications and

Community Affairs

We have to be aware of the intersections that make up South Florida and the Miami Dolphins are committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Our goal is to serve as an inspiring and uniting force to level the playing field in our community.

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Jason Jenkins is in his 10th season with the Miami Dolphins and was named senior vice president, communications and community affairs in January 2015. Jenkins oversees the organization’s front-facing brands, including media outreach, public relations, digital and social media and community efforts. Jenkins previously served as the team’s vice president of communications, being named to that position in May 2013. Prior to joining the Dolphins, Jenkins working in the media relations department for the San Francisco 49ers as the Director of Public Relations, Operations and Assistant Public Relations Director. During his time in the National Football League, Jenkins has been selected by the NFL to coordinate public relations for the Pro Bowl seven times (2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012) and one time for the NFC Championship Game (2006). He has also conducted seminars at the Rookie Symposium and NFL Business Summit on media relations. Prior to his move to the 49ers, Jenkins served as the Associate Athletics Director at Texas Southern University from 1999-2002 and the Athletics Sales and Promotion Manager and Sports Communications Assistant at Lehigh University from 1997-99. A native of Houston, Texas, Jenkins earned his bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Texas Tech University in 1997. Upon graduation, Jenkins worked in various positions within the athletics department at Texas Tech. In 2017, Jenkins was selected by faculty and alumni as an Outstanding Alumni Award winner. He resides in Coral Springs with his wife Elizabeth and two children Liya and Aiden.

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