In the Fall of 2015, Joseph transferred to S.F. State to obtain two Bachelors of Arts Degrees, in English Literature and Africana Studies. While attending S.F. State, Joseph earned the highly competitive position as a research assistant for Dr. Dawn-Elissa Fischer within the Africana Studies Department. In this role, he is researching anthropology, linguistics, hip-hop and comics. Also, Joseph has been elected the Student Circle Chair for the Bay Area Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists, a national professional organization dedicated to behavior science. As Student Circle Chair, Joseph has supported both the growth and development of the Chapter’s present and future endeavors. Joseph is an active mentor, and he has received awards and invitations to speak about his work mentoring local high school students. Indeed, Joseph is committed to uplifting students and the communities they represent a path of equality for all.