Abraham Johnson

Abraham Johnson

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Abraham Johnson

Abraham Johnson (He/Him) is a public health educator and HIV/AIDS advocate whose experience in the community health arena spans 10 years. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Savannah State University and a Master’s of Public Health from Georgia Southern University. Abraham currently works at Treatment Action Group as the HIV Community Engagement Officer where he leads the community engagement efforts for the HIV project. He has a strong theoretical background in public health education, HIV clinical research as well as a practical experience both inside and outside academic and rural settings. Abraham is passionate about ending HIV/AIDS in marginalized communities, especially among Black gay men. He plans to further his career and become a physician assistant to help end health disparities.