Jocelynne Rainey, CEO

Jocelynne Rainey, President & CEO

Dr. Jocelynne Rainey is a seasoned executive and leader in the workforce development sector in New York City with over 20 years of management experience. As President & CEO of Getting Out and Staying Out, Dr. Rainey oversees programming which has helped more than 10,000 young men access education, achieve emotional well-being, and secure meaningful employment since its advent 15 years ago. GOSO’s innovative workforce development program, GOSOWorks, has placed hundreds of justice-involved young men in paid internships and internship-to-employment placements in fields including the non-profit, food service, construction, and building maintenance sectors—growth industries in the metropolitan area.


Development & Communications/

Finance & Operations and GOSOWorks/

Fred Keaton

Fred Keaton

Government Contracts Coordinator


Peter Koch

Project Manager


Our SAVE Team/

Omar Jackson, SAVEQ

Omar Jackson

Brandon Chisolm, SAVE

Brandon Chisolm
Violence Interrupter

Javon Alexander, SAVE

Javon Alexander
Wagner Program Manager

Jedidiah Jimoh, SAVE

Jedidiah Jimoh
Violence Interrupter

Nicole Myers-Hudgins, SAVE

Nicole Myers-Hudgins
Program Manager, Jefferson and Johnson

LaTonya Ray, SAVE

LaTonya Ray, SAVE
Community Coordinator

James “Pat” Grace, SAVE

James “Pat” Grace
Field Supervisor