Let's Work Together

I am passionate about justice, equity, and opportunity for all people in our American experiment with democracy. I speak on a variety of issues around these, and other topics at high school and college campuses, media organizations, and nonprofit events. I've been a Principal for a Day through P.E.N.C.I.L., served on the boards of Gideon's Promise and Inspiring Young Minds, and served as a regional panelist for the White House Fellows Program under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. 

As a television reporter, I've traveled to forty-eight states, covering the struggle for economic empowerment, law and injustice, and the destructive weather systems that are part of climate change. I have interviewed hundreds of newsmakers in the field, and as a TV anchor, I've helped train scores of reporters at the local, cable, and network levels. My greatest professional fulfillment has come from mentoring young talent in law and journalism.

While I appreciate the power of social media, I still cherish human connections. I am happy to speak with your organization about any number of social issues, moderate a panel around a thorny topic, or work with you/your group around ways to better communicate and feel more empowered. Let's work together!

What People Are Saying:

Jami Floyd is a phenomenal media personality. Her ability to command a space and assess the key points of a debate and then engage both the presenters and the audience in a meaningful discussion is without comparison. She is a gifted and thoughtful speaker with breadth of knowledge on national and international issues.

Delores Jones-Brown, Professor
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
City University of New York

We are truly indebted to Jami Floyd for helping us to shape a new programming series at Federal Hall and masterfully guiding thoughtful conversations about often contentious issues of the day. Her breadth of knowledge, professional preparation and historical acumen gave depth and dimension to the series and a distinctive place in the world of virtual programming.

Ellyn M Toscano, Senior Director for Programming
Partnerships & Community Engagement
NYU, Brooklyn

I am full of admiration for Jami Floyd and deeply grateful for her moderation of the 'Brooklyn Resists' series. She brought insight, sensitivity, and profound generosity to her role leading these conversations. Jami is the definition of professionalism and integrity. The world is a better place because of her contributions.

Marcia Ely. Director of Programs
Center for Brooklyn History
Brooklyn Public Library