Dr. Jocelyn Imani is a historian, cultural consultant, and community builder. She holds a Ph.D. in History from Howard University and a B.A. from Fisk University. She has worked with the National Park Service, the Smithsonian Institution, and has been a professor at several institutions. She actively works to make shared space – public lands, museums, educational institutions, etc. – more relevant and accessible to all populations in an ever-changing America. She believes firmly in the power of one and uses her resources to empower individuals – and by extensions organizations and communities – to act as catalysts for change.