Ross Joy is the program manager of the Housing Resource Center at the Red Hook Community Justice Center, which provides support to litigants in housing court. He has been with the Center for Court Innovation since 2016. Ross has designed and led initiatives to prevent evictions and address repair needs through court attendance, good cause documentation and comprehensive resources for families facing housing instability. Ross has a background in community organizing around tenant rights and maintaining safe, stable and affordable housing in low-income communities. Previously, Ross was Lead Organizer at a neighborhood organization in Minneapolis, Minnesota, initiating tenant organizing in 15 apartment buildings. Before that, Ross served as an AmeriCorps team leader at City Year New York. He received his B.S. in International Relations and Spanish from Seton Hall University in New Jersey, and is currently an evening student at City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law.