As Alumni Relations Coordinator, Kwanza Johnson coordinates the planning, development and execution of the alumni relations strategy. She is also responsible for managing the Inner City Alumni Network (ICAN) that provides resources for entrepreneurs. She is also leading the formation of an official alumni association.
Prior to her time with ICIC, Kwanza served as a contractor for the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) in Woods Hole, MA. As the Academic Programs Coordinator, Kwanza’s work focused heavily on diversity, equity, inclusion, outreach and community building for both internal as well as external partners. She also led numerous committees and assisted in the management and coordination of multiple student internship programs.
Kwanza holds a B.S. in Integrated Environmental Science with Honorable Mention from Bethune-Cookman University and has completed some graduate coursework towards a M.S. in Geographic Information Science at Kent State University.
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