Fatiah is very excited about joining IJ as a paralegal and being an intricate part of the Team! Like IJ, Fatiah has always enjoyed helping others especially our seniors living in our communities. You can usually find her participating by playing trivia games, bingo or hosting a karaoke event with our seniors at an Assisted Living Community. She enjoys volunteering her time. Her favorite organization is FACETS (which serves individuals and families who are homeless, low income, unstably housed, and at risk of homelessness in Fairfax County) where she volunteered her time in December 2021 serving hot chocolate to the kids and parents who attended FACETS Christmas event giving away a variety of toys. Fatiah also provided the Christmas music for the event.
Fatiah has worked for several international law firms in New Jersey, New York, Florida, and Virginia working as a paralegal. She originally hails from Brooklyn, New York where she grew up and attended Brooklyn College, City University of New York. She has obtained her Paralegal Certification from Brooklyn College CUNY in 1996. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Arts degree (online) in Criminal Justice from Ashworth College. She has 6 other siblings living throughout the tri-state area and her Mom still resides in Brooklyn. Lastly, she enjoys reading, traveling, and singing. You can usually find her singing up a storm at some venue participating in Karaoke. She is also a KJ (a Karaoke DJ) hosting Karaoke events.
Fines and Fees | Private Property
Federal Government Seeks to Impose Multimillion Dollar Excessive Fine on Grandmother, Claiming a Fine is a “Civil Penalty.”
An Boston-area grandmother is fighting to have courts consider whether the multimillion-dollar penalty the government imposed on is unconstitutionally excessive.
First Amendment | Private Property | Right to Shelter
Chasidy Decker is a native to the Boise area who wants to live in the tiny home that suits her.