Get to Know Our Leadership

Bridgett Floyd

 Co-Founder / President

Bridgett Floyd is a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Due to the unjust killing of her brother George Floyd, Bridgett turned her pain into purpose.

Jacari W. Harris, MBA, M.A.

Executive Director 

Jacari Harris, a native of Tallahassee, Florida, is an author, life coach, social justice activist, and inspirational speaker. 

Jami Coleman, Esq.

Board Chair

Jami Coleman is a graduate of Florida State University’s College of Law and earned Master of Law in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.

Board Member

Ruby Love is a transformational business leader. She is an entrepreneur and strategist known for advocating for socially responsible business and community organizations.

Ruby Love

Board Member

Rev. Stephen A. Green currently serves as Social Justice Pastor, Greater Allen AME Cathedral of New York, and Chair of Faith for Black Lives.

Rev. Stephen A. Green 

Board Member

Myisha T. Hill is an author, coach, advocate, and entrepreneur. Most recently seen on CNN and NBC for her revolutionary work with her brand Check Your Privilege

Myisha T. Hill

Board Member

Benjamin Crump represents clients in some of the most critical and contentious cases of our time, taking place in legal history with his pursuit of justice.

Benjamin Crump, Esq

Board Member

Terrence M. Floyd was born and raised in New York, NY. The brother of George P. Floyd, Terrence is a Board Member of The George Floyd Memorial Foundation, Inc. 

Terrence Floyd

Board Member

Destinee Woodris (she/they) currently serves as the Director of Community Engagement for the five state affiliate, Planned Parenthood North Central states  

Destinee Woodris

Board Member

Aimy is the Executive director of The New North Carolina Project, an organization geared towards expanding voter engagement and access in North Carolina.

Aimy Steele

Our Founding Partners

Our "Founding Partners" supported The George Floyd Memorial Foundation operations, programming, and capacity with philanthropic gifts above $50k within the first year of the foundation's inception. This generosity enables us to ensure that we continue to build a just and equal society for all.