Mr. Johnson is the network director for Northern Piedmont Community Care, a role in which he oversees five primary care clinics and two care management programs serving 80,000 vulnerable patients across six North Carolina counties. He is also assistant professor, Duke Department of Community & Family Medicine and vice chief, Division of Community Health. Mr. Johnson earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola University in Baltimore and a Master of Business Administration from Wake Forest University. Over a forty year span, he has had several careers involving a diverse line of services, populations and customers ranging from organizing local and national consumer movements to initiating and managing long-term care and health care services and community and economic development organizations. In 2003, Mr. Johnson joined Duke’s Division of Community Health as deputy director and director of clinical and care management service. Prior to joining Duke, Mr. Johnson served as vice president of Resources for Seniors Inc. (RFS), a Raleigh, North Carolina corporation. During his ten years with RFS, he developed and managed adult day centers, senior centers, case management, in-home care programs and allied health services serving a thousand customers per day.