Educator | Blogger | Photographer | Law Student
Hi, I'm Joey (He/Him). I'm an educator turned law student, blogger, and photographer passionate about people, their stories, and storytelling. I'm grateful be able to help people, communities, and organizations cultivate their senses of racial literacy, anti-racism, authentic allyship, and social justice. Through guided dialogue across difference, interactive workshops, and assigned introspective commitments I seek to help people engage in the lifelong work of social justice.
If you want to know more about me, my background, guiding principles, workshops and other services keep scrolling. Workshop descriptions, pricing, and request/consultations available below.
Ohio State University - Moritz College of Law
Juris Doctor (JD) Candidate
Kent State University
Master of Education (M.Ed)
Higher Education & College Student Personnel - 2017
University of Vermont
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Religion - 2015
Youthful Life Blogger
Youthful Life Shots
Photographer since 2015
Otterbein University -
Center for Student Involvement
Assistant Director Orientation & Transition Programs
Case Western Reserve University - Office of Student Activities & Leadership + Greek Life Office
Grad Intern: Programming & Greek House Director
+ Life experience and SJ programming since 2011
Met Serena Williams in a Build-A-Bear Workshop
Best birthday was my 18th - had a water balloon fight and got a concussion.
Served as a quasi-therapist for my "fake" toddler nephew from his rocking chair while he recounted his daily daycare misdeeds.
Vulnerability - We must be willing to give part of ourselves, our experiences, and our stories if we seek to forge dynamic communities, connections, and truths.
Authenticity - We must honor the entirety of who we are in order to show up as your most genuine selves.
Transformation - We must be willing and committed to being changed by the work of social justice.
Sustainability - The work of social justice is not complete until ALL people have equitable opportunities and needs met. This work must be sustained continually.
Hope - We have to have hope that things can change, be different, and be better. Without hope none of this work has purpose.
Grace - We can strive to give ourselves and others grace, practice patience, and demonstrate empathy as we able to better faciltiate this work.
Speaking Engagement - $500/hour
Consultation & Custom Packages - negotiable
Workshop - $500/workshop - Non-Profits & Schools/Colleges & Universities
Corporate Workshop - $1000/workshop - Companies & Other Organizations
Custom Workshop - $750/workshop
*Willing to work with budgets; all pricing negotiable.