CEO, Affinity Consulting Services, LLC
Term ends: 12-31-23
Lucille Johnson is an accomplished public health consultant dedicated to mission-driven results supporting well-being and healthy lifestyle behaviors by building social capital through community outreach, engagement, education, training, research and advocacy.
She served as an executive with the Center for African American Health for fifteen years before founding Affinity Consulting Services, LLC, of which she is CEO.
Lucille holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Public Service from the Denver Institute of Urban Studies and Master of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degrees from Regis University, and is an alumna Fellow of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation’s Livingston Fellowship Program.
For the past 10 years, Lucille served as a PACT Community Research Liaison establishing working partnerships between academic researchers and individuals within community. Additionally, as an advisory board member, trainer and curriculum developer for the Center for Public Health Practice’s Patient Navigator Training Collaborative, she collaborates with colleagues on the development, education, standardization and sustainability of the growing patient navigation workforce.
Lucille is a 2002 graduate of the Advanced Leadership Training Program. As a fellow in that program she advanced a significant community health project that resulted in markedly increased physical activity among persons in African American communities in the Denver Metro area and Colorado Springs.