Thank you, Maria Cavenaghi, for inviting GOSO’s key executive team — Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, President and CEO, and Sonya Shields, COO — to share about
Op-Ed | From ‘The Box’ to the block: for formerly-incarcerated men, housing is key to a stable future by Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, President & CEO,
We are thrilled to announce GOSO President & CEO, Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, has joined the elite roster of Crain’s 2021 New York’s Notable Black Leaders
In CityLimits, GOSO president and ceo Dr. Jocelynne Rainey joins criminal justice advocates in call for true civilian oversight of NYPD.
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At a time when transforming our justice system is more crucial than ever, criminal justice reform nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is pleased to announce two dynamic, experienced new hires in leadership roles to expand GOSO’s programming and advocacy for justice-involved individuals.
“When we start by working with these young men, who are 16 to 24 [years old], on the goals they have for themselves in education and employment, their capacity is limitless.” – Dr. Jocelynne Rainey, president and CEO of Getting Out and Staying Out
This election will determine the next several years of our lives. This is why it’s incredibly important for us all to vote. It is essential for us to vote for candidates who want to address systemic injustices and justice reform in our country because history has shown that not too many politicians care about these issues, and even fewer take action.
When you look beyond the headlines about gun violence in New York City and actually spend some time in neighborhoods like East Harlem, it is clear that what our community doesn’t need is increased policing and incarceration — what we need is more basic resources and opportunities.
A non-profit that works to redirect young men from a life a crime is expanding into a new headquarters space in East Harlem.