Corporate strategist Blair Johnson has joined the board of Humanim, where he will advance the nonprofit’s mission of supporting and empowering individuals who face social and economic challenges. Johnson has more than two decades of experience in corporate strategy, including developing strategic plans and road maps for organic and acquisitive growth.
Johnson serves on the board of a national staffing organization based in New York and served previously as a full-time faculty member at John Hopkins University with joint appointments in the Schools of Business and Nursing.
Humanim is a nonprofit organization with a 50-year history of supporting and economically empowering both individuals and communities through the areas of human services, youth and family services, workforce development and social enterprise. The organization works to create economic equity for individuals with disabilities and socio-economic challenges.