About the Speaker
Whitney Meyer is senior vice president and chief community impact officer for the Jacksonville Jaguars, where she is responsible for the development and implementation of the Jaguars community impact initiatives, including operations of the Jaguars Foundation, Inspire Change and Social Justice Initiatives and community activities in connection with local development projects.
Prior to joining the Jaguars, Whitney served as the inaugural Chief Diversity Officer at the University of North Florida (UNF) where she advised university leadership on diversity, inclusion and racial equality pertaining to strategies and policies, learning and research, community relations and the recruitment, retention and admission of faculty, staff and students of color. She previously worked at UNF in various departments including the Military and Veterans Resource Center, Student Union Administration, Alumni Affairs and Public Relations.
Meyer is a Jacksonville native and a graduate of both UNF and Paxon High School. She currently serves on the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville Board, PS27 Foundation Board, JAX Chamber Hightower Fellowship Board and the Generation USA Board. She also is a frequent volunteer for the Friends of Boone Park South.