Jocelyn is a street-smart academic and KI facilitator. She is an Educational Opportunity Program counselor and adjunct professor at the State University of New York Buffalo, where she earned a Master’s degree in Higher Education and a Master’s in Creativity and Change Leadership from the International Center for Studies in Creativity. Jocelyn runs Buffalo State’s EOP Summer Academy and is one of the first friendly faces students from underrepresented groups see when they get to college.
Jocelyn is not only one of their instructors, she is a graduate of the program. Whether it’s organizing events in the Latino community or working to empower women, Jocelyn walks the walk.
Jocelyn’s KI coworkers take comfort in knowing that she is a fully committed team player who will take on whatever role is required to best serve the outcomes of a workshop and the people in it. Clients find she radiates strength and positivity. She is a foodie known for making the best comfort food. She enjoys the spiritual adventure of travel and the joy of an impromptu dance party. So, if you hear a Latin beat, look out: you’ll soon be dancing, too!