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Patrice S. Johnson is a visionary executive committed to educational equity and the development of emerging leaders. Johnson started her service as the vice-mayor of Muskegon Heights, Michigan and has since continued to be a change agent in both political and educational landscapes. As a scholar-practitioner, Johnson's doctoral research explores the impact of emergency financial management for predominately African American school districts in Michigan. This critical narrative study challenges policies that disproportionately affect communities of color and exacerbate racism. Also, Johnson is the Executive Director of Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit, where she has improved programmatic efforts that contribute to student's ability to promote critical consciousness, develop social-emotional intelligence, and further social equity. Under her leadership, the organization is experiencing a strategic resurgence at this time in its thirty-five-year history of residential and community-based services.Johnson is also the author of two faith-based non-fiction books.
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