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Nicole J. Johnson

Nicole J. Johnson

Nicole J. Johnson is the Dean of Students at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. While at Goucher, she served in several roles and critical committees to help identify college and systemic barriers to students’ success, remove them, and help students curate and navigate their college experience. Throughout her career, Nicole has held positions at Elizabeth City State University, Virginia Tech, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Albany Law School in various functional areas. ACPA is Nicole’s professional home. She served on the ACPA14 NextGen planning committee. She was a member of the Commission for Graduate and Professional Students directorate board from 2015 to 2018 and served as the commission chair from 2016 to 2018. In addition, she has served as the Caucusing Co-coordinator and a member of the Convention planning team for ACPA19 and ACPA20. She also served on ACPA21 Commission-Wide Awards committee. Nicole is a proud graduate of The University of Iowa with a BA in African American Studies and an MS in College Student Personnel from Arkansas Tech University. She is also a doctoral candidate in the Higher Education program at Virginia Tech. She is practitioner-scholar who looks forward to continuing to contribute to the field.

Nicole J. Johnson
2022 Diamond Honoree

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The Diamond Honoree Program, established by the Foundation in 1999 is both a recognition program and a fund raising activity. Those nominated for consideration are recognized for their outstanding and sustained contributions to higher education and to student affairs.

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