“I will sing of steadfast love and justice. To you, O Lord, I will sing praise.” – Psalm 101:1
LySaundra Janeé has worked in the nonprofit sector for nearly a decade at the collegiate, local, state and national levels addressing issues related to gender-based violence. She is a sociologist, musician, writer, and educator on topics such as technology safety and advocacy, economic policy and justice, restorative justice, musicology, wellness, and community health promotion.
Her work can be found on platforms like The National Network to End Domestic Violence, The Witness Black Christian Collective, 21Ninety, The New Territory Magazine, Elite Daily, and more.
LySaundra is the Founder & CEO of Social Soundtrack, an organization dedicated to Black music, social politics, and resilience.
She enjoys writing and speaking about the intersections of the Gospel, social justice, and music to encourage other truth tellers and activists to live well.
When LySaundra isn't advocating to end systemic oppression, you can find her with friends, curled up with a book, listening to vinyl records, fangirling over Issa Rae, or trying to be vegan.