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Dr. Kevin R. Johnson Sr.

Omicron Nu Nu Chapter's Charter Line Basileus

"The single biggest way to impact an organization is to focus on leadership development. There is almost no limit to the potential of an organization that recruits good people, raises them up as leaders and continually develops them."
-John Maxwell


To establish Omicron Nu Nu as the go-to organization to effectively impact the lives of families in Round Rock and Williamson County by developing systems and partnership networks to mentor learners of all ages, offer substantial scholarship opportunities, provide connections to career advancements, and connect to volunteer services that bridge social mobility gaps.   


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                  Brother Dr. Kevin R Johnson Sr. joined Omega Psi Phi Inc. on March 26, 1997 at the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Mu Lambda chapter and serves as the current and chartering Basileus of Omicron Nu Nu chartered on December 15, 2021. He is a native of Monroe, LA and an Iraqi War Veteran who served 10-years in the US Army as a Respiratory Therapist. 


                   Dr. Johnson is married to Kinika Johnson of Chicago, IL and a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. They have two adult children Kevin Jr. and Kayla. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies from Thomas Edison State University, a Master of Education in Education Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Doctor of Education P-12 Concentration from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor.  He has served as an Assistant Principal at Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School in Austin, Texas providing administrative support to the career and technical education (CTE), English, and Science Departments; CTE/Academy Specialist at Stony Point High in Round Rock, Texas for two-years; and as a Health Science Technology teacher for four-years earning campus teacher of the year during his tenure. 


                    His professional interests are CTE data policies, school law, school finance, and P-12  and state postsecondary CTE educational leadership.  He is a current member of the Association for Career & Technical Education (ACTE) and an ACTE Inclusion Access Equity and Diversity (IAED) Advisory Group member and mentor. Dr. Johnson most recently served as a Statewide CTE Coordinator at the Texas Education Agency in the College Career and Military Preparation division responsible for supporting the Health Science and Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics Career Clusters while providing CTE program assistance to Regions IV (Houston, TX), V (Beaumont, TX), and VI (Huntsville, TX). 


                      He currently serves as a Senior Advisor at Advance CTE leading the Postsecondary State CTE Leaders Fellowship at Advance CTE sponsored by ECMC Foundation and the Opportunity Gap Analysis Workshops.  


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.

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