Marcus Jadotte

by LP Green, II

Vice President of Public Affairs and Multicultural Development

Marcus Jadotte is Vice President of Public Affairs and Multicultural Development for NASCAR. In this role, Jadotte continues to oversee state and federal issues for NASCAR as well as management of several safety initiatives and military outreach programs. Jadotte became the first African-American Officer in NASCAR history when he was promoted to his current role in 2011. Jadotte has worked with NASCAR partners including Toyota, Sunoco, Goodyear and Universal Technical Institute to launch a one-of-a-kind driver development academy – under the NASCAR Drive for Diversity banner – focused on developing the skills of promising female, Asian, Latino and African-American drivers and crew members, to make them into future NASCAR stars.

Jadotte spearheaded NASCAR efforts to expand media coverage of the sport in the top 20 media markets. Prior to joining NASCAR, Jadotte was Chief of Staff in the offices of Congressman Peter Deutsch and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz, as well as serving in leadership roles on two presidential campaigns.

Jadotte holds a Bachelor’s degree from Florida State University.

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