Director of Public & Media Relations
While simultaneously acting as part of Invisible Children's Legal Department, this Pepperdine School of Law graduate and Nashvillean is tackling the world of Media Relations – a task which includes creative partnerships and exposing Invisible Children to the public through print, television, and events. Add to all that, Jed is the main voice of Invisible Children's blog. Jed likes people and books and drawing with a black pen. His affinity for exploration has yielded his obsession for studying maps, navigating back roads, and treasure-hunting on YouTube. We also think it necessary to mention his fear of tendons, especially those nasty huge ones in your knee pit.
"Director of Ideology"
Invisible Children's status as more than a charity is intentionally curated by Jedidiah Jenkins. His primary job is to digest the vision of Invisible Children handed down from the collective leadership and articulate it, expand it, and build the world we hope to see in 100 years. His job is to be in all parts of the organization, from engaging with the interns to leading trips to Uganda to drafting partnership contracts and investing in donors. His legal background gives him a broad grasp on the implications of changing social consciousness, and he intends to do just that. Jed is the main voice and vision of Invisible Children's blog. He likes people and books and drawing with a black pen. His affinity for exploration has yielded his obsession for studying maps, navigating back roads, and treasure-hunting on YouTube.