Ken Johnson is better known as "America's Culturalist." He is a Social Scientist (a.k.a. Culturalist) as well as a Collaborative Justice professional with numerous op-ed columns and articles to his credit.
He has special training as a Restorative Justice facilitator through the University of West Florida's College of Professional Studies. He also holds special certifications through the Florida Supreme Court as a Certified County Court Mediator as well as the US Department of Agriculture as an agricultural services mediator.
Starting college at the age of 16, he has a BA in Social Sciences from the University of West Florida as well as an MBA from Saint Leo University. Presently, he is reviewing options to possibly apply to a doctorate program.
Community and culture are important to him. In addition to being heavily involved in his tribe, as the Principal Chief to the Florida Tribe of Cherokee Indians, he has served on numerous non-profit and governmental panels and boards. For his good works, Ken Johnson was commissioned as a Colonel of Kentucky.
Collaborative Justice is a passion for him. By using his knowledge of culture and conflict, he works daily to better the lives of our nation's children while also consulting with churches, businesses, schools, and civic groups to understand and overcome conflict-based obstacles.
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