Roishetta Sibley Ozane is the CEO/director/founder of the Vessel Project of Louisiana. She has over a decade of experience representing organizations as a community outreach specialist. She is the clean energy organizing director with Healthy Gulf for the Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas. Roishetta is a She Leads Fellow alum and current environmental justice organizer for the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice, where she empowers women of color to go out into their communities and make positive change. She is a member of the McNeese State University Black Alumni Association, a member of the National Association of University Women-NAUW, a participatory working group member for the Hive Fund, a town hall facilitator for Gulf South for A Green New Deal, and an Americorp Vista alum. She has an associate degree in business from Strayer University and a bachelor’s of general studies with an emphasis in behavioral science from McNeese State University. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in criminal justice. Most importantly, she is a single mom of six very special children, and she is making the world a better place for them.