Rexanah P. Wyse, Esq. is a former Maryland prosecutor dedicated to changing the narrative for vulnerable populations. She currently serves as the Policy and Program Analyst for the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness focusing on youth, criminal justice, racial equity, and ending homelessness for families.
Previously she served as the Policy Analyst for the Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice. Prior to this she led diversionary efforts to address truancy for hundreds of youth as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Montgomery County, Maryland.
She volunteers her time on numerous boards including the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services (DJS) State Advisory Board, the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN DC) Board of Directors, and the New Leaders Council Speaker’s Bureau. Through the DJS State Advisory Board, she is leading efforts to address gaps in educational opportunities for youth involved with the juvenile justice system.