Sujuan Johnson

M.Div. & M.A. in Public Policy, '06

"Mentoring in Motown."

After earning a joint degree from Regent, which she describes as “four years of intense spiritual, intellectual and relational growth,” Sujuan has since gone on to serve at the governor’s office in Michigan. During her two years in that role, she served as the deputy director of community and faith initiatives, helping connect faith-based organizations with much needed resources. Sujuan also served as a professor at the Detroit Bible Institute where she taught courses on the life of Christ and the theology of prayer. To add to her achievements, Sujuan also is the acting president of the S.T.A.R. (Success Thrives Around Respect) Foundation, through which she mentors, educates and equips the next generation of leaders in our culture and in His Kingdom.

*Sujuan’s story has been adapted from Cheryl McKay’s article entitled, “A Divine Trend?” (Christian Leader Magazine. Spring/Summer 2008, 21-23).