Renée Joslyn

Consultant, Reproductive Justice Activists

Renée is a social justice advisor and strategist with more than 15 years of experience designing philanthropic approaches to advancing justice and equity around the world. Her focus areas include racial justice, gender equity, Indigenous communities, and community-led movement building. Renée supports foundations and non-profit organizations in the development and design of grantmaking portfolios and structures for optimal program implementation and impact.  She has served as the Director of Director of Girls and Women Integration at the Clinton Foundation, a Senior Advisor at the Tides Foundation, and the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at the Ms. Foundation for Women. Renée holds a MHS degree from Lincoln University and a BA in Political Science from the University of New York at Buffalo.