Roishetta Sibley Ozane is a field coordinator in Southwest Louisiana. She is the founder, director, and CEO of the Vessel Project of Louisiana, a mutual aid organization that provides emergency assistance to some of our most vulnerable BIPOC community members.
Roishetta has over a decade of experience representing organizations as a community outreach specialist. She is the Clean Energy Organizing Director with Healthy Gulf for the Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas region. She is a She Leads Fellow for the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice, which empowers women of color to go out into their communities and make positive change. She is a member of the McNeese State University Black Alumni Association, a member of the National Association of University Women (NAUW), a Participatory Working Group Member for the Hive Fund, a Town Hall Facilitator for Gulf South for a Green New Deal, and an Americorp Vista alum.
She has an Associate Degree in Business from Strayer University and a Bachelor of General Studies with an emphasis in Behavioral Science from McNeese State University. She is currently pursuing a Master of Criminal Justice. Most importantly, she is a mom to six very special children, and she is making the world a better place for them.
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