Georgia Center for Nonprofits Announces Timothy A. Johnson as New Vice President
ATLANTA (May 6, 2014) – The Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) announces Timothy Johnson as its new Vice President, Consulting and Professional Services. Johnson will oversee GCN’s Nonprofit Consulting Group, the leading consultancy for Georgia’s nonprofit executives and board members.
“I am very excited to be part of a dedicated team with such a strong desire to transform communities across Georgia,” Johnson said. “Nonprofits are at the heart of each of these communities, and we can effect transformative change across such a broad spectrum of impact areas by helping them become more strategically oriented, high-performing organizations.”
Johnson was formerly a consultant at The North Highland Company, Booz Allen Hamilton and KPMG. He brings more than 25 years of management and consulting experience to GCN and its clients, specializing in the areas of strategic planning, performance management and process improvement. His expertise includes strategy development and execution management, business process management and improvement, performance measurements system development, portfolio management, strategy office design and development, and project management.
In addition to working with nonprofit organizations on strategy development, Johnson has supported clients from organizations across multiple industries, including financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, entertainment, publishing, transportation, hospitality, food and beverage, telecommunications, and federal and state government entities.
In addition to his consulting experience, Johnson is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force and spent 22 years in active and reserve service. He is a veteran of Desert Shield/Storm, Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom military campaigns.
Johnson received a Bachelor’s degree in education from Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C., and a Master’s degree in organizational management from Trevecca University in Nashville, Tenn. Johnson lives in Duluth with his wife, Ann, and four children, Tim, Allie, Holly and Kendall.
About the Georgia Center for Nonprofits
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits builds thriving communities by helping nonprofits succeed. Through a powerful mix of advocacy, solutions for nonprofit effectiveness, and insight building tools, GCN provides nonprofits, board members and donors with the tools they need to strengthen organizations that make a difference on important causes throughout Georgia. Learn more at GCN.org, follow us on Twitter @GAnonprofits, and like us on Facebook.
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