Artist in Residence, NYC

Jocelyn M. Goode also known as Artist Extraordinarie1 dubs herself as a "creative mastermind hustler". 

She is the founder of CultureCocoa ArtHouse, Inc., a social enterprise non-profit dedicated to addressing youth unemployment in Jamaica, Queens by utilizing art, design and entrepreneurship as tools. 

In addition to building a non-profit, Jocelyn is a practicing artist with recent focus on exploring themes of pop-culture, identity, environment and brand inclusion using body painting as the discipline.  Her other enterprises include Jocelyn Goode's Pop-Up Art Party and The School of Creative Hustle, which provides free tutorials on YouTube "teaching the business between art and business".

Jocelyn's bio would not be complete without adding that she is of the fourth generation in her family to reside in Queens where she lives with her husband and two sons aged 6 and 9 years.  Goode graduated Magna cum Laude from Amherst College with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Fine Art and French, Magna cum Laude from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising with an Associates of Arts in Graphic Design, and also possesses a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute.