Imani (she/her) is a Pinkerton Fellow and a senior at John Jay College of Criminal Justice; majoring in criminal justice and pursuing a certificate in dispute resolutions. Imani has been working with S.O.U.L. a little over a year, initially as a Community Relations Intern, where she was responsible for creating content and social copies for social media platforms, as well as organizing monthly newsletters. During Summer 2021, Imani’s role was expanded, and she’s become more actively involved in community and staff spaces that discuss criminal, social, and restorative justice practices. By engaging in this realm of the organization, Imani feels more connected to our healing justice work, and hopes to apply this experience to her career path towards becoming a juvenile justice attorney. Imani has always had a passion for helping others, especially youth, and being a part of S.O.U.L. Sisters has given her more of that exposure. Outside of S.O.U.L., Imani also works with the Kings County District Attorney’s Office and the Sonia Celina Sotomayor Judicial Internship Program, and is an active Peer Career Educator on campus. Many call Imani the “multitasking queen” because she does so many things at once, but Imani always gets it done!