Dr. Stacey Chimimba Ault (she/her/hers) is also an Assistant Professor at Sacramento State University. She has a background in social work and brings over 20 years of experience in micro and macro practice. She received her Masters in Social Work at Sacramento State University; and doctorate in International and Multicultural Education; Human Rights Education at the University of San Francisco. Dr. Ault completed her ICF approved Certified Professional Coaching training at the College for Executive Coaching.
Associate Therapist, Healing Coordinator
Chipo C. Ashe (she/her/hers) is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) who specializes in healing within the Black community. Chipo focuses on trauma, depression, and anxiety in youth and young adults. She is a graduate of the University of San Francisco, where she obtained a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy. Chipo considers therapy a collaborative effort between both client and therapist. Her goal is to help clients discover the tools to heal themselves.
Director of Research & Policy
Jody Johnson, JD., (he/him/his) is interested in the expansion of or academic understanding Artificial Intelligence IA). He has developed an original ethical framework to produce racial equity and inclusion. Jody is also Chair of the My Brother's Keeper University Educational Campaign for Policy Reform. Mr. Johnson brings a focus on policy, racial ethics and equity to the RAGE Project.
RAGE Program Assistant
A student at Sacramento State University, Kiarah (she/her/hers) is studying kinesiology. She is especially interested in addressing health equity and learning more about how individuals recover from medical trauma. Kiarah provides administrative supports and runs the @rageproject Instagram Page.