LORNA M. JOHNSON GLOBAL ENTERPRISES
HEALTHCARE SERVICES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INCLUSION
LORNA M. JOHNSON FOUNDATION
"You can achieve anything if you really want to...
the sky is no limit,
your mind is."
Lorna Mae Johnson, former appointee of President Obama, first came to America freshly recruited from nursing school in Canada to the United States, where she would come to qualify for the Olympics, competing alongside famed U.S. Sprinters– Florence Griffith Joyner, Evelyn Ashford, and Alice Brown.
Lorna was appointed by the 44th President of the United States, President Barack Obama to serve on the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She also served as a member of President Obama’s Advisory Board, the Healthcare Committee, and his National Finance Committee. She is the former Assistant Treasurer of the DNC, Honorary Consul to Jamaica, Essayist with the UN Foundation for Women and Girls, and globally recognized speaker on issues surrounding women, girls, and finance.
She currently sponsors girls in Malawi and Jamaica in an effort to advance their education, partnering with 3-time Olympic medalist Alice Brown, in training and identifying talents for the upcoming Olympics and beyond. She is the CEO of AFC Management Company and CFO for AFC Medical Group, providing maternal healthcare in East Los Angeles, serving women who all too often were suffering from lack of proper maternal health care. She is the Co-Founder and President of a new startup venture, Crib MD, a telemedicine and doctor’s house call technology company to democratize affordable health care globally.