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Susie M. Johnson

Susie M. Johnson, American city and regional planner, educator.


  • Johnson, Susie M. was born on October 15, 1950 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Political Science, Gettysburg College, 1972. Minecraft Coder Pack in City and Regional Planning, University California, Berkeley, 1974.


    • Regional task force staff analyst Office of the Governor State of California. Legislation analyst California State Legislature. Economic development planning analyst Port Authority New York and New Jersey.

      Finance and planning analyst corporation real estate division American Express Company, New York City. Business and finance planning analyst Pitney Bowes, Stamford, Connecticut. Manager business development Mayor' General’ s Office Economic Development, New York City.

      Manager marketing and development Women's World Banking. Interim executive director, deputy director East Harlem Block Community Development Organization, Inc. Program officer economic development program Master of Science.

      Foundation for Women, Inc., 1991-1994. Director small minority and women's business development Office of the Bronx Borough Presedent/Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation, since 1995. Adjunct professor small business management State University of New York, since 1987.

      Board member Take Charge!, Women's Empowerment Development Group Enterprise. Guest lecturer Urban Economic Development Hunter College Graduate School City Planning & Urban Affairs.


    • Author: Business Planning Basics: How to Write a Winning Business Plan, Guide to Contemporary American Craft Art Galleries. Editor Social Venture Network Minority Vendor Directory.


    As a people whose forbears came together in response to intolerance, Baptistsshould cherish freedom and pursue it for millions around the world.


    Every person was created for a purpose, and God has a plan and will for every individual.

    Denomination: Baptist


    All individuals should be sensitive to others by using appropriate language when referring to all persons.


    Appointed member Mayor's Small Business Advisory Board, since 1996. Member Democratic County Committee, Manhattan County, 1993-1995. Member Association for Enterprise Opportunity (former board member, chairman resource development and finance committee, appreciation award 1993, 94), Association Balck Foundation Executives, National Congress for Community Economic Development (co-chairman 1996 annual conference), Urban Affairs Association, International Coalition on Women and Credit, Three Parks Democratic Club, Phi Lambda Sigma.



    Study of french language and culture, collecting american crafts and artwork by emerging artists, travel, attending antiques auctions.

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    Born October 15, 1950
    (age 67)