Joi (she/her) has over ten years of social work experience, combined with a Master's Degree from the University of Michigan and is a fully licensed Social Worker. During her seven years at Ozone House Youth and Family Services in Ann Arbor, she provided empathy, advocacy, individual and group therapy to a socioeconomically and culturally diverse population of youth, young adults, and families. Currently, she serves as the Coordinator and Independent Living Skills Coach for the MAGIC Program at Eastern Michigan University. This program exists to alleviate barriers to achieving a college degree for students that have experienced foster care or homelessness.
Through these opportunities, Joi has gained a passion for supporting individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, and other mood related concerns. Joi is passionate about working to support women of color, the LGBTQQIA community, and individuals that have experienced trauma.