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Imani K. Bryant is a program assistant for justice reform and election integrity. They help manage the justice reform portfolio alongside José Woss, Director of Justice Reform.

Originally from the Atlanta Metro Area, Imani K. Bryant graduated from Howard University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and is currently a master’s candidate at Howard University. During their time at Howard University, they learned about the importance of liberation theology, student organizing, and racial equity. Imani is a self-described scholar activist who focuses on political theology and the role of the Christian church in empowering oppressed peoples.

Before joining FCNL, Imani was a member of the CommunityBuild Ventures Consultant Cooperative, a racial equity consulting firm based in their native Atlanta.