Affiliate Project Manager
Glenn Johnson helps people turn social change dreams into reality. Since 1999 he has helped communities plan and implement world-changing projects at the local, regional, and national level. From 1999-2012 he led efforts at community-based organizations to prevent HIV, improve services for people living with HIV/AIDS, prevent youth substance abuse, and prepare for emergency response. In these roles, he often served as an advisor to state and national policy makers, communicating the realities of work on the front lines.
Combining his digital fluency with his coaching, facilitation, and project management abilities, Glenn now consults with both organizations and individuals to choose and implement tactics and strategies to make the world a better place. He weaves his understanding of the effect of oppression and internalized oppression on individual and group functioning into everything he does. Glenn remains active in local communities, serving on the Board of Directors for the United Way of Hampshire County and teaching community-based classes on oppression, liberation, and the art of listening. Glenn graduated from UMass/Amherst with a self-designed concentration in “Creative Writing and Social Change.”