Award-winning Educator, Internationally-recognized Organizer, and Vocational Healer.
From national labor unions to community based organizations, Johnaé serves her clients as an experienced organizer and educator focused on racial justice. She developed her tireless work ethic at The University of Chicago and cultivated a deep commitment to civil and human rights while volunteering as a founding member and co-chair of BYP100. Johnaé established her career as a primary educator and Restorative Justice Coordinator for Chicago Public Schools, having worked with youth around social justice for ten years. Now acting as coordinator for Grassroots Education Movement (GEM), an alliance between labor and community based organizations in Chicago, she continues to merge education, restorative practices, and direct action as tools for change.