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Bryan Johnson received his undergraduate Business Degree from Hampton University and his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Michigan School of Business. He began his career in corporate business development and currently serves as a Senior Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Consultant at Root, Inc (a subsidiary of Accenture). In this role, he helps companies educate their leadership about DEI and create more inclusive environments to drive business/organizational results. He also spent over seven years as Senior Associate Director of Admissions, Diversity & Inclusion/ Directory of Diversity & Inclusion at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business where he was primarily responsible for recruiting under-represented minorities to the Full-Time MBA program and helping to advance DEI initiatives at the school.  He also served seven years as a Trustee for the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an organization dedicated to increasing the representation of Black, LatinX and indigenous representation at top MBA programs.  


Bryan is also passionate about volunteering and political activism. His volunteer activities include Trustee of the Ann Arbor Public Schools Board of Education and the Washtenaw Justice Project, and  volunteer for the Black Men Read program, and the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation’s Community Investment Committee. On a personal note, Bryan has been married to his wife, Janelle for over eighteen years and they have two daughters, Jordyn and Averie.

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