MALCOLM JENKINS STARTS VENTURE CAPITAL FUND WITH NFL PLAYERS
AppleMagazine|October 16, 2020
MALCOLM JENKINS STARTS VENTURE CAPITAL FUND WITH NFL PLAYERS
Malcolm Jenkins has teamed with fellow NFL players to launch a venture capital fund.
The three-time Pro Bowl safety and two-time Super Bowl champion launched Broad Street Ventures. The fund focuses on late-stage and growth-stage technology and consumer products. It has already invested in Airbnb, Epic Games, Turo, NoBull, Automattic and ZenWtr.

Jenkins, a strong advocate for racial equality, hopes his newest business introduces more Black men and women to the venture capital world.

Jenkins and co-founder Ralonda Johnson recruited additional NFL players and industry leaders to represent the fund. Among them are defensive backs Devin and Jason McCourty of the New England Patriots, safety Rodney McLeod of the Philadelphia Eagles and free-agent wide receiver Jordan Matthews. Jenkins played with McLeod and Matthews in Philadelphia. Also, television broadcaster Sharrie Williams is part of the fund.

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October 16, 2020