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#CovBlackHistory Spotlight Series: Broderick Johnson

February 27, 2019

We recently asked Broderick Johnson for his thoughts about diversity efforts in the legal industry. Mr. Johnson shares his perspective on the importance of being present in the community, especially in communities of color.

Mr. Johnson is a public policy and political strategist with more than three decades of leadership at the highest levels of government and the legal profession. He provides strategic leadership advice and counsel to clients on legislative, regulatory, legal, and political issues. Mr. Johnson has the distinction of having been appointed to senior posts under two U.S. Presidents. He served as Assistant to the President and Cabinet Secretary under President Barack Obama. President Obama also appointed Mr. Johnson the chairman of the White House’s My Brother’s Keeper Task Force, an interagency initiative designed to identify and address the disparities that hamper the success of boys and young men of color, and to improve the lives of all youth.

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