Teresa Johnson joined Northwest Community Consortium in November 2014 as the Executive Director. Ms. Johnson is charged with engaging the members of the consortium with community revitalization, creating partnerships with residents, non-profits, law enforcement, and governmental agencies. Ms. Johnson is responsible for the overall operations of the organization.
Teresa has over 18 years working in the non-profit industry previously at PACE Center for Girls Treasure Coast as their Executive Director and prior to that at the Urban League of Palm Beach County where she served as Vice President of Programs. Ms. Johnson has provided Organizational Development services for organizations such as Palm Beach County Women Chamber of Commerce, National Coalition of 100 Black Women West Palm Beach Chapter, Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, and NOAH Development. Ms. Johnson is active in the community as a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, and Sunday School Superintendent at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church.
Ms. Johnson is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Public Policy and Administration with a specialization in Non-Profit Leadership and Management from Walden University. She is a graduate of Palm Beach Atlantic University having earned her Master’s in Organization Leadership and her Bachelors of Business Administration in Management graduating Cum Laude from Northwood University. Ms. Johnson is the author of Strategies to Grow Non-Profits — a must read for those who manage people and lead organizations.