Johnson, Randy

In addition to a lifetime’s personal experience in recovery, Randy holds twenty years of experience in program development, facilitation, training, and advocacy. He draws upon this experience in service to the Institute’s Prevention Initiative and the Center for Behavioral Health Initiatives. In addition to his professional experience, Randy brings his personal story of recovery to bear across all projects. Randy holds a Masters degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University and holds an interest in application of leadership and systems theory. He lives in Lawrence with his wife Jessica and youngest child Beatrix. His two grown children, Raven and Logan, live on their own. When not working, Randy can be found working in his garden, playing with his children and grandchildren, or holed up in a local coffee shop working on his PhD in Organizational Systems. He feels most at home with pen and paper in hand, looking for interesting approaches to wicked problems.


Keynote Presentation, Two Truths and a Lie: Powerful Statements (and some questions) About the Future of Recovery




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