Isaiah Joseph is the Economic Justice, Justice Paid in Full Campaigns Intern at Hip Hop Caucus. Here, he will provide key research on the Hip Hop economy and create tools and resources for those first and worst impacted by economic injustice.
Isaiah has an active presence in his community as a member. He serves as Recruitment Director for The Big Event, Community Service Chair for the Black Student Association, the Employment & Economic Chair for UT Arlington’s NAACP chapter, and Vice President of the Zeta Chi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
He hopes to meld his driving passion of music with his career goals to educate people on the importance of ensuring that we have an economy that works for everyone by investing in economically, socially, and environmentally empowering solutions.
Isaiah is senior at University of Texas at Arlington, double majoring in Business Management and Marketing.