|Christina Johnson, CARE-Ready Life Coach Graduate
Christina Johnson, a CARE-Ready Life Coach Graduate from the class of August 2019, is making a significant impact in her community.
See the article from the Central Penn Business Journal (below) written by Cris Collingwood, January 25, 2024.
Harrisburg-based Tri-County OIC, a nonprofit school, has promoted its interim executive director to executive director.
The Board of Directors hired Christina Johnson, who will lead the organization’s initiatives to further its Adult Education and workforce development divisions.
Tri-County OIC said Johnson brings a wealth of experience to her new role of providing leadership in the planning and implementing quality-based training and education, including more than a decade of education and organizational human resource development knowledge in private and nonprofit sectors.
“What drew me to Tri-County OIC was its phenomenal leader, Jeffery Charles Woodyard, and its mission closely aligned with my economic justice goals for underserved populations through education, diversity, inclusion, and economic development,” Johnson said.
Johnson previously served Tri-County OIC as interim executive director, community outreach director, and reentry program manager.
While in this role, she coordinated all significant programming for the Reentry Division, expanded the workforce division, and managed a budget of over $1 million in the adult education division.
“It is an honor to serve in this role of executive director of Tri-County OIC,” Johnson said. “I am committed to continuing to provide the community access to self-sufficiency through our adult education and workforce development divisions while building true collaboration with community partners that lead to the enhancement of the community.”