2020 – 2022 Jackie Robinson Foundation Alumni Association Executive Board

The Jackie Robinson Foundation is pleased to announce the newly elected officers of the Alumni Association Executive Board. This outstanding group of professionals will support the Association’s mission to engage, connect, and celebrate JRF alumni. Please join us in congratulating our new JRFAA Executive Board administration.
Pictured Above – Left to Right: Kevin Littleton, Dolapo Sangokoya, Ahmad Greene-Hayes, Jennifer Kincaid, and Riley Jones.

President: Kevin Littleton, Class of 2007
Kevin Littleton is a Vice President at Bank of America in New York City. Kevin got his start at UBS and spent over ten years of his Wall Street career at Goldman Sachs in equity derivatives. Born in Michigan, Kevin graduated magna cum laude from Yale University as a political science major. He played four years for the Yale football team and was the recipient of the African American House Scholar Athlete Award. Kevin has facilitated three Jackie Robinson Foundation scholarships and a Harlem School of the Arts Scholar. Kevin resides in Harlem with his five-year old son Levi and is active in the community.

Vice President: Dolapo Sangokoya, Class of 2015
Dolapo Sangokoya is a Senior Creative Producer and Host at Group Nine Media (PopSugar, NowThis, Thrillist, The Dodo, Seeker) in New York City. She has interviewed celebrities Allison Williams, Kevin Hart, Rami Malek, and Jackie Chan; hosted multi-part video series for Vans and Delta; and produced a major campaign video for Netflix. As a first-generation Nigerian American she brings a unique perspective and flavor to digital storytelling and has traveled the world partnering with Belvedere and (RED) to raise awareness around the fight against HIV/AIDS. Dolapo is UCLA graduate with a degree in political science. She has her own pop culture talk show, The Lo Down with D-Lo, streaming on Instagram and YouTube.

Secretary: Ahmad Greene-Hayes, Class of 2016
Ahmad Greene-Hayes is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Religion at Princeton University in the Religion in America subfield, and an interdisciplinary scholar pursuing graduate certificates from the Department of African American Studies and the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies. His specialization is 19th and 20th century African American religious history, and his work is principally located in Black South Studies and Black Queer Studies. He has held fellowships and honors from the Ford Foundation, the Mellon Mays Foundation, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Just Beginnings Collaborative, and the Political Theology Network. From Newark, New Jersey, Ahmad graduated from Williams College. He won the Foundation’s 2015 Unilever Legacy of Leadership Award.

Treasurer: Jennifer Kincaid, Class of 2009
Jennifer Kincaid leads DoubleTake Marketing as a partner and co-owner. DoubleTake Marketing’s mission is to connect with people to capture, create, and amplify the voice of brands. A graduate of Columbia University, she has a Post-baccalaureate Premedical Certificate Field Of Study (Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies) from Harvard Extension School. As a member of the Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center Community Advisory Board, she has spent more than a decade ensuring programs and policies are strategically and equitably developed, implemented, and continuously improved.

Director of Membership: Riley Jones, Class of 2017
Riley Jones is Co-Founder and CEO of Sector Software in New York City where they use artificial intelligence to create and facilitate opportunity pathways for the new economy. He received a B.A. from Columbia University in Political Science and American Studies, M.S. in Education Entrepreneurship from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, and a J.D. from New York University School of Law. He was a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow and winner of the University’s George William Curtis Prize in Persuasive Oration. Riley has extensive experience with the Black Alumni Council of Columbia University, where he focuses on building the infrastructure for Black Columbia student and alumni success. He was named a 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneur. In his spare time, he is a professional singer and regular theatergoer.