Johnson to speak at Northwest
Johnson will talk with the students about leadership and communication. His books, “Train Like You Fight: The 8-Step Life Motivation Guide,” and “Rules of Engagement: The 8-Principles of Leadership,” will be on sale for $10 each.
Johnson enlisted in the U.S. Army on June 10, 1980 and retired from the military in June 2000 with 20 years of service. After his retirement, he attended Northwest. Logan said he was the best student she ever had.
He developed his unique leadership style while serving in some of the most elite units in the Army.
Johnson spent the last 11 years of his career serving in the Special Forces. As a Special Forces soldier he conducted nation building operations in South and Central America.
Johnson has always had a tremendous love for teaching and empowering others. He believes that “to whom much is given much is required.”
He is from Marietta, Texas and is married to the former Renee Minor of Rayville, La. The Johnsons live in Oxford with their son, Trae. His adult children are James, Justin, Ashley and Gino. He has one grandson, Zack.
“I honor and thank God for the opportunity to empower, to challenge and to help others find their gift and live their dreams,” said Johnson.