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Alisha Rene Johnson

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Program Coordinator for RISE and Adjunct Professor
(919) 530-6231
(919) 530-7522
2011 H. M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education Building


My job is to promote our RISE (Research Institute for Scholars of Equity) program.
My other job is Teaching Technology courses for our students


I am a native North Carolinian. I reside in Durham and am the mother of an Electrical Engineering grad from North Carolina A&T State University. One of his jobs is to replace screens for iPhones, iPads, and iPods and the repair of them as well. I am Tech lead for Black Girls Code. We introduce young ladies to interesting fields of study while promoting their technological growth. I am a Mechanical Engineering grad from North Carolina State University and have a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from IBM. I am also a member of the National Society of Black Engineers, NSBE, and a member of the Durham Engineers Club. I am a Lifetime Member and a Silver Soror of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the first black sorority founded in 1908.


MA North Carolina Central University 2017


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