Founder and Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Jocelyn received a Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work from Jackson State University. She also holds a Master's in Public Health- Healthcare Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi.
She is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Gulf Coast as well as a 2008 graduate of the Department of Veterans Affairs Leadership Development Institute.
She is the founder of The Pink Lotus Project a national nonprofit organization focused on empowering women and mentoring girls. She serves as a board member of several organizations. She is the founder of the Mississippi Minority Mental Health Symposium. MMMHS is a yearly conference dedicated to educating professionals and engaging the community in conversations surrounding mental health stigma.
Jocelyn enjoys working with adults suffering from anxiety, depression, phase of life, and relationship issues. She also enjoys working with older teens as well as teens.