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Publishing executive

P. Anna Johnson, American Publishing executive. Grantee National Council for Arts, Australia, 1975, National Endowment for the Arts, 1994. Board of directors Kinma School, Sydney, 1974-1978; secretary Unemployed and Poverty Action Council, Washington, 1984-1987.

Background

Johnson, P. Anna was born on July 18, 1938 in Niagara Falls, New York, United States. Daughter of Walter Sherman and Laura Ann (Wiseman) Johnson.

Education

Bachelor, Colby College, 1960; postgraduate, National Art School, Sydney, Australia, 1963-1964; postgraduate, George Washington University, 1983.

Career

Counselor, Boston Center for Blind Children, 1960-1961; dance teacher, Pennshurst Girls High School, Sydney, 1962; research assistant, Sydney U., 1963; artist, potter, Sydney, 1966-1978; public, Open Hand Public Inc., Seattle, 1981-1983; public, Open Hand Public Inc., Washington, 1983-1988; public, Open Hand Public Inc., Seattle, since 1988. Board directors Multicultural Publications Exch., Madison Wisconsin, Book Publications N.W., 1991-1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Public, editor: Habari Gani? What's the News, 1992. Public: The Black West, 1985, High Tide of Black Resistance, 1994, Stone on Stone/Piedra sobre Piedra, 1994.

Membership

Board of directors Kinma School, Sydney, 1974-1978. Secretary Unemployed and Poverty Action Council, Washington, 1984-1987.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: sailing, kayaking, gardening.

Connections

Children: Arlo Eugene Rodieck, Jorma Leonard Rodieck.

father:
Walter Sherman Johnson

mother:
Laura Ann (Wiseman) Johnson

children:
Arlo Eugene Rodieck Johnson

Jorma Leonard Rodieck Johnson