We always like to meet and know more about the people who make our world go world. In addition, we want to know who is impacting our community and how they are doing it. This week we interviewed Chevonna Johnson.
About Chevonna Johnson:
I am an advocate, advisor, liaison, public speaker, community leader, counselor, mentor and a voice for promotion, support, education(self-esteem), awareness and research social, psychological, human awareness on bullying, domestic abuse, suicide awareness/intervention/prevention about people, processes, policies, and laws. I have over 20 years of social work experience in the healthcare field working as an administrator for a home healthcare agency. I have developed several community based programs and initiatives locally and currently I am working on international awareness. YWRAP-Young Women Rising Above Perceptions is a mentoring/tutoring program to help young women understand their identity, know their purpose, write a vision and create strategies to stay on the path to fulfill their destiny. The Whitney E Johnson Foundation, Inc. was established to work with struggling academic students to engage, encourage, empower, and enrich students with positive reinforcements with creative ways of learning. I have developed several programs that focus on the sociological, psychological and human impacts and effects on bullying, suicide awareness, intervention/prevention teen pregnancies (teens, youth, dating, spousal and school) violence and mental health that is affecting our youth today.
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