African Americans Coalition Director
Johnnie Morgan has been involved in public service for the past 25 years and served on numerous state boards and commissions. Johnnie was appointed by Governor Pete Wilson to serve as a commissioner on the California Apprenticeship Council, was appointed by Supervisor Dean Dana to serve as a commissioner on the Los Angeles County Public Social Services Commission, and was appointed by Board President Warren Furutani as a commissioner on the Los Angeles Unified School District Black Education Commission.
Johnnie has also been a delegate at past Republican National Conventions, a state delegate of the California Republican Party, a member of the Los Angeles Chapter of the California Black Republican Council, coordinator for the African-Americans for Bush Coalition, West Coast director of the Republicans for Black Empowerment, and South Los Angeles campaign chairman for Steve Poizner for Governor.
Within his community, Johnnie is an advisor for the Celes King III & Anita Lugo King Heritage House; an advisor for the Congress of Racial Equality; a volunteer for the Challengers Boys & Girls Club; a volunteer at the Al Wooten, Jr. Heritage Center; and a member of the Guidance Church of Religious Science.
Johnnie earned his Master of Public Administration and his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Pepperdine University.