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Annette Madeleine Johnson

Annette Madeleine Johnson, American health administrator. Certified Tuskegee Institute, 1973, in health education Teachers College, 1988, registered dietitian, certified health education specialist.


Johnson, Annette Madeleine was born on November 17, 1950 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Daughter of Walter Electronic Arts and Madeleine St. George (Wilson) Johnson.


Bachelor of Science, Michigan State University, 1972. Master of Science in Health Education, Columbia University Teachers College, 1977. Postgraduate, Hunter College, 1980—1981.


Clinical nutritionist, health educator Whitney M. Young Health Center, Albany, New York, 1977—1980. Nutritional consultant New York State Office Aging, 1980—1981. Nutritional education consultant Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children Program New York State Health Department, 1981—1984, director education, 1984—1987.

Education coordinator Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Institute, 1984—1987, with minority management development fellowship program, 1987—1988, metropolitan regional coordinator cancer services program, 1988—1994. Director New York State School Health Program, since 1994. Nutritional consultant New York City Council Churches Center City, 1985—1987.

Member steering committee Black Women's Health Project, New York City, 1985—1986, board directors. Co-chairman Coalition Blacks Nutrition Profession, New York City, 1983—1984. Board directors Self Help Women Breast Ovarian Cancer.


Member of Business & Professional Women United States of America (district chairman 1986), National Association Female Executives, International Union Public Health & Education, Society Public Health Educators (chapter delegate), National Womens Health Network, National Black Caucus Health Workers, American Public Health Association, American Dietetic Association, Pi Lambda Theta (chapter secretary 1977), Phi Delta Kappa.


  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, ceramics, dance, theater.