Saye-Chantl Joseph, Research Consultant

Pronoun: She/Her

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.
— Edmund Burke

Saye-Chantl Joseph is a Research Consultant with the Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions, an independent research, training and advocacy think tank that applies Human Justice to achieve public safety, racial equity, community investment, human development and well-being in society. Founded and developed by academic professionals with prior experience within the criminal punishment system, the organization is the first of its kind in the country.

Saye (pronounced Sah-Yay!) graduated from the City College of New York with a BA in Political Science and Asian Studies. She is passionate about criminal justice transformation, especially in regards to the disproportionate impact the punishment system has on women of color. 

At NYU Wagner, Saye is pursuing a M.P.A. with a specialization in Policy Analysis. Her career aspiration is to work in or with  government  and community organizations to change the systems and frameworks that marginalize communities. Another career aspiration of hers is to attain a PhD in social policy so that she can move beyond just describing the disparities, but also engage in the ideological debates that can change the narrative of people of color in this country.  Saye’s hobbies include volleyball, outdoor activities(swimming,hiking,etc.), food, and reading.