Charmane S. Johnson
Mrs. Johnson is currently a public servant with over 27 years in the Federal Government. She has worked in the Civilian Equal Employment Opportunity professional career field for more than 23 years and continues to thrive today as an agent of change.
Mrs. Johnson joined the Pentagon’s Office of Secretary of Defense, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity, more than 12 years ago. Ms. Johnson is currently Director of DoD-wide policy for Federal Women, Black, Asian American, and Pacific Islander Employment Programs. She is also Acting Director for the Department’s Hispanic and Native American Employment Programs.
Mrs. Johnson serves as the DoD liaison for the White House Council on Women and Girls. She also serves as the Personnel and Readiness liaison for the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and other Minority Serving Institutions to include Hispanic, Native American and Pacific Islander Serving institutions. Ms. Johnson co-leads the development of DoD Hazing and Bullying Prevention and Response Policy in the Armed Forces.