TEAM

Malcolm Jenkins

Malcolm Inc.

A 12-year NFL veteran, two-time Super Bowl champion, three-time Pro-Bowl honoree, Malcolm Jenkins is a team captain, NFLPA Executive Committee Board member, entrepreneur, philanthropist, executive director, published author, CNN Contributor and an advocate for social change.

A businessman, Jenkins created MALCOLM INC., a holding company for the various business verticals he co-founded, including LISTEN UP MEDIA, a multimedia production company with the mission to showcase and distribute content that creates social awareness around systemic issues in society; BROAD STREET VENTURES, a $10 million investment vehicle funded entirely by Black and Brown investors including a group of fellow NFL player​s; DISRUPT FOODS, a multi-unit franchise developer and operator of 20+ quick service restaurants aiming to level the economic playing field for blacks and hispanics through Franchise Ownership; and DAMARI, a custom clothing company including ready-to-wear and made-to-measure men’s suits.

A three-time NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year finalist and 2017 NFLPA Byron “Whizzer” White Award winner, Jenkins strives to make a positive difference in the lives of youth in underserved communities through The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation. He has a B.A. in Strategic Communications from The Ohio State University and is a 2020-2021 Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Weatherhead Initiative on Global History.

Ralonda Johnson

Malcolm Inc. & Broad St. Ventures

Ralonda serves as the President and Chief Investment Officer of Malcolm Inc., overseeing investment and financial decisions for the various portfolio companies. Ralonda is also the Co-founder and General Partner of Broad St Ventures, a multi-million dollar venture capital fund co-founded by two-time Super Bowl Champion Malcolm Jenkins.

Prior to her current roles Ralonda Johnson was a veteran in the accounting and finance industry. She has over a decade of experience which includes leading operational and financial audits at the Sifi designated leading insurance company Prudential Financial and luxury jeweler Tiffany & Co. She has also led external audits and provided assurance on financial statements for SEC clients during her tenure at Ernst & Young LLP. Her most notable client included an investment management firm with $70 billion dollars of assets under management which specializes in asset-based investing in private equity and credit funds.

Ralonda has a Masters in Financial Accounting from Rutgers University Business School. She lives in New Jersey with her husband Joe Johnson and their two daughters Raven and Riley.

Joseph Johnson

Malcolm Inc. & Disrupt Franchise Company

Joe has over 12 years of experience in multi - unit operations, logistics and business development. His experience includes tenures at Target Corp and Cisco Systems, where he focused on large-scale operational and growth initiatives. He is the Chief Operations Officer at Malcolm Inc where he manages strategic investments, partnerships and operations across the company's portfolio. He also serves as the President of the Disrupt Franchise Company, a purpose-driven franchise investment and development company. Additionally, Joe serves on various boards and councils including The Papa John's Foundation, FP YouthOutcry (The Hubb) and the PJI Franchise Advisory Council. He is a proud New Jersey native and Rutgers Alum.

India Robinson

Malcolm Inc. & Listen Up Media

India Robinson has over a decade of experience in entertainment and sports marketing with a focus in branded integration, content development, and talent management. Currently, India serves as President of LISTEN UP MEDIA, a multimedia company co-founded by two-time Super Bowl Champion Malcolm Jenkins, as well as CMO at MALCOLM INC., driving marketing and brand partnerships for Jenkins and his various business ventures.

Prior to heading up Listen Up Media, she held leadership roles at Cornerstone Agency/FADER, a full-service entertainment agency and media company. Robinson managed brand campaigns from concept to completion including content development, experiential activations, talent partnerships, media integrations, program strategy and execution.

She has a M.S. in Media and Culture from The London School of Economics and a B.A. in English from Spelman College. Robinson is a resident of Los Angeles and New York, splitting her time between both cities.

Gwendolyn V. Jenkins

Malcolm Inc. & The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation

Gwendolyn V. Jenkins has more than 30 years of experience in public service, multi-faceted community relations initiatives and philanthropic programming. Currently, Gwendolyn is the President and Chief Operating Officer of The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation (TMJF), a 501(c)3 public charity founded in 2010 by two-time Super Bowl Champion Malcolm Jenkins, with a mission to effect positive change in the lives of youth in underserved communities, as well as the Chief Philanthropy Officer at MALCOLM INC., leading philanthropic initiatives for Jenkins across his business portfolio.

The Prior to TMJF, Gwendolyn spent 20 years in public service as an honored New Jersey Superior Court Executive. She is also the President of the Professional Football Players Mothers Association (PFPMA), a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families, communities and charitable causes in the NFL cities in which their members and sons live and work.

Gwendolyn has a B.S. in Business Administration from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University; certification in Sports Philanthropy Leadership from George Washington University; Executive Leadership Coach and Life Coach certifications from Paradigm 360º Coach Training, LLC, and is passionate about creating transformation in business and individuals.

Gwendolyn and her husband W. Lee Jenkins, Jr. are natives of New Jersey and are the proud parents of three sons; Malcolm, Martin, and Myles Jenkins and grandparents of five grandchildren.

Brian K. Hinds

Brian K. Hinds has an extensive background in real estate acquisitions, asset management, and development. Brian has transacted on over $5 billion of real estate acquisitions, asset management, and dispositions comprising of 2.5 million square feet of office space. Prior to working in private equity real estate, Brian worked in investment banking and wealth management at J.P. Morgan and UBS, respectively. Brian received his M.B.A from Columbia Business School, Master of Accountancy from Rutgers Business School, and B.S. degree in Accounting from Rutgers Business School. Most notably, Brian has been recognized as a trailblazer in the real estate industry by Commercial Observer 25 under 35 and Business Insider 30 under 35.