Elected as the National Vice President August 26, 2015 in Atlantic City, N.J., Mr. Jenkins is a long-time member of the National Black Coalition of Federal Aviation Employees (NBCFAE). He’s held numerous positions in the NBCFAE to
include Chapter President, Regional President and National Conference Coordinator. He’s worked in several states
and regions (Aeronautical Center Region, Central Region, Great Lakes Region, Headquarters Region, Southern
Region and the Southwest Region) in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Mr. Jenkins is a Supervisory Program Manager and the Manager of Air Traffic Training Support at the Air Traffic
Academy, Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, Oklahoma City, OK. Mr. Jenkins has held the Air Traffic positions
of Flight Data Specialist, Air Traffic Control Specialist, Air Traffic Control Instructor, Support Specialist, Air Traffic
Control Supervisor, Operations Manager, Quality Assurance Manager, Air Traffic Manager and National Manager of
Air Traffic Technical Training and Development Group.
Born in Savannah, GA., Mr. Jenkins is a military “brat” who lived in several states and Europe as a
young kid. His formative teenage years were in the Baltimore-Washington area. A veteran of the United States
Air Force, He has a Liberal Arts Degree from Oklahoma City University. He is married, has three wonderful children
and resides in the Oklahoma City, OK area. Mr. Jenkins is involved in local community organizations and activities
that benefits and supports children and the elderly. Mr. Jenkins is a former FAA Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Counselor and Investigator. He is an advocate for diversity and inclusion and insists everyone is treated fairly and with dignity and respect.
Mr. Jenkins is honored to be an officer of this great organization. This organization is necessary and must remain
relevant and proactive in identifying, discussing and providing solutions to issues and concerns of African-Americans
and females. He will continue working to ensure all employees have equal opportunities to achieve their goals and the NBCFAE motto: “Let each become all they are capable of being”.