The Office of

Jack Brewer


The Office of Jack Brewer (OJB) was established to help promote, support and facilitate the communication and workflow between the various initiatives and programs impacted by Commissioner Jack Brewer. The Honorable Jack Brewer currently serves in several leadership and executive roles, supporting public, private and government organizations. Located in Coral Springs Florida, the Office of Jack Brewer is the operational headquarters for all executive meetings, human rights advocacy, sports, media and business affairs. The OJB handles the management and coordination of all current and prospective strategic partnerships and impact investments. Mr. Brewer is an ordained minister who is committed to humbly following Jesus Christ’s commandments to preach the gospel while serving the fatherless, widows and those in prison.

Luke 4:18

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised” 

The Brewer Group


Founded in 2004, The Brewer Group, Inc. (TBG) is a international advisory and investment firm which is dedicated to building God’s Kingdom through business. We advise public companies, social enterprises, SME’s and nonprofit entities who we can impact through spreading the good news of Jesus Christ with the preaching of the gospel. We encourage all clients to take a hands-on approach to serving their communities and we help design creative ways for companies to build their social capital while remaining profitable. We invest our own capital in businesses that align with our mission. Our business summits and events have helped gather international leaders, athletes and influencers from around the world.

A substantial portion of our profits and human capital is committed to the work of the Jack Brewer Foundation (JBF) and Serving Ministries. Our projects strive to follow the commandments of Christ by providing opportunities to some of the world’s most underserved orphans, while advocating for the fatherless and incarcerated across America and the world. We are a minority business enterprise (MBE) and a committed member of the United Nations Global Compact.

The Jack Brewer Foundation

Founder & Chairman

The Jack Brewer Foundation (JBF) is a non profit founded by Former NFL Player and White House Appointee Jack Brewer with the driving principle to “Empower from Within.” JBF’s programs include global prison ministry, disaster and medical relief missions, orphan care programs, American Heroes fatherless youth program and our 2nd Chance Centers which supports incarcerated veterans and youthful offenders. All of our programs aim to follow the commandments of Christ. To date, JBF has delivered over $70 million in medical aid, supports over 55 orphan care centers, has helped deliver sports equipment to over one million underserved children. Our medical initiatives have helped bring urgent healthcare to well over over 20,000 women and children annually around the world. The organization has been recognized by major international and domestic organizations, as well as received numerous awards for its commitment to addressing many of the worlds most pressing issues.

Matthew 20:28

just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.

Business Development

For over 20 years, The Brewer Group has helped numerous organizations expand the impact of their brands. As companies navigate ways to improve the lives of their customers, communities and their workforce, we offer proven strategies.

From key roles on major international boards, to securing national media exposure, to leading national products commercializations, to delivering our robust professional development training; our impact has been generational.

Comissioner Jack Brewer


Appointed by President Donald J. Trump, Commissioner Jack Brewer is serving a 4 year appointment to the US Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys. The 2020 Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys Act (S.2163) established the Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys (CSSBMB) within the United States Commission on Civil Rights’ (USCCR) Office of the Staff Director and is tasked with recommending policies to improve upon, or augment, current government programs. Introduced in the House by Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson (DFL), and led by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) in the Senate, the bill was unanimously passed on June 25. The CSSBMB will investigate potential civil rights violations affecting black males and study the disparities they experience in education, criminal justice, health, employment, fatherhood, mentorship, and violence. The CSSBMB will be responsible for producing an annual report to address the current conditions affecting black men and boys and make recommendations to improve the social conditions and provide vital guidance for Congress on effective strategies to reduce the racial disparities in education, criminal justice, health, and employment. The bipartisan, 19-member Commission will include congressional lawmakers, executive branch appointees, issue experts, activists, and other stakeholders who will examine social disparities affecting black men and boys in America. Based on its findings, the commission will issue policy recommendations to Congress, the White House, and federal agencies. The bipartisan, bicameral Caucus on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys, which Congresswoman Wilson founded and co-chairs, will craft legislation to implement those recommendations.

Chairman Jack Brewer

Committee on Criminal Justice Rehabilitation & Human Rights

In 2021, Jack Brewer was named to the Board of Directors of the Geo Group, Inc. GEO provides complementary, turnkey solutions for numerous government partners worldwide across a spectrum of diversified correctional and community reentry services. From the development of state-of-the-art facilities and the provision of management services and evidence-based rehabilitation to the post release reintegration and supervision of individuals in the community, GEO offers fully diversified, cost-effective services that deliver enhanced quality and improved outcomes. The GEO Group is committed to providing leading, evidence-based rehabilitation programs to individuals while in-custody and post-release into the community through the GEO Continuum of Care®. GEO’s diversified services platform provides unique capabilities for the delivery of educational and vocational programs, cognitive behavioral and substance abuse treatment, and faith-based services. The GEO Continuum of Care is enhanced in-custody offender rehabilitation programming, including cognitive behavioral treatment, integrated with post–release support services.

Chairman Jack Brewer

Center for Opportunity Now

In 2021, Jack Brewer was named the Chair of the Center for Opportunity Now as well as Vice Chair for the Center for 1776 at the America First Policy Institute. The America First Policy Institute (AFPI) Is A 501(c)(3) Non-profit, Nonpartisan Research Institute. AFPI Exists To Advance Policies That Put The American People First. Our Guiding Principles Are Liberty, Free Enterprise, National Greatness, American Military Superiority, Foreign policy Engagement In The American Interest, And The Primacy Of American Workers, Families, And Communities In All We Do.

Vice Chair

Department of Juvenile Justice State Advisory Group

The JJDP State Advisory Group currently consists of persons from across the State who have training, experience, or special knowledge of the juvenile justice system. SAG members are appointed by the Governor and are responsible for the advisory of federally allocated funds. Federal Title II funds are awarded in the form of grants and contracts to providers for up to three years. Each year, the programs are thoroughly evaluated to determine second- and third-year funding based on evaluations and the availability of funding. During fiscal year 2021 the State was awarded $2.2 million for new and renewing Title II subgrants. Building on past accomplishments, the SAG continues its mission of preventing juvenile delinquency in Florida.

Board of Directors

Federal Enforcement Homeland Security Foundation

Federal Enforcement Homeland Security Foundation (FEHSF) is a non profit 501 (c )(3) corporation formed as a private/public partnership of concerned business leaders and former and current highranking federal law enforcement officials whose mission is to provide emergency funding to the Federal Law Enforcement Community. FEHSF is a direct giving Charitable Foundation whose mission is to honor fallen and wounded heroes in Federal Law Enforcement and their immediate families in time of need. FEHSF provides Financial Grants to Federal Agents and their families within 24-48 hours of notification.

National News Contributor

Since 2009, Jack Brewer has been a regular on global news outlets including CNBC, Fox Business, Fox News, Yahoo Finance and News Max. Known for his fearless approach to addressing sensitive issues of race, criminal justice, economic development and culture, several of Jack Brewer’s media segments have gone viral by reaching millions of households. No matter the audience, Mr. Brewer is a consistent voice during many of Americas most difficult social and cultural challenges. You can follow Jack Brewers media portfolio by subscribing to the Brewer Media You Tube.


Since 2002, Jack Brewer has been regularly involved with the production of numerous documentaries, television, digital media and radio broadcasts domestically and internationally, as well as continues to have an ongoing presence in print media. Brewer serves as a regular contributor and writer on many major media networks including Yahoo Finance, CNBC, Fox Business, Fox News, CNN, News Max and the American City Business Journals where he provides his expert analysis and opinion on a range of topics from finance and global development to sports, criminal justice, education, politics and faith. Additionally, he produces various symposiums, art exhibitions, documentaries and publications highlighting global development issues including his roles as Associate Producer of “Resilient Hearts”, a documentary on the history of Haiti leading up to 2010 Earthquake (2014), Executive Producer of “We Are What We Eat”, the United Nations first-ever art exhibit highlighting global food security (2016) and a featured author in the “UN Chronicle magazine of the United Nations “Sport Aims for the Goals” Volume (2016) and is currently Executive Producing “Tackling Recidivism” a deep, non bias dive into the private and public prison system from the eyes of socially conscious NFL legends who have dedicated their lives to finding solutions to criminal justice issues, to name a few.


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