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Jimael Johnson

Jimael Johnson is a program officer with the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Among other priority investment areas, she works to increase the Trust’s opportunities for advocacy and partnership related to infant and childhood mental health to enhance the continuum of care for children and families. This work supports the Trust’s mandate to promote early intervention and prevention strategies on behalf of its beneficiaries. Families and children involved in the child welfare system continue to be a high priority for the Trust. Jimael looks forward to supporting the work of the Alliance in her role as a program officer and through her volunteer role as a Court Appointed Special Advocate.

Jimael has previously worked in child and family services and systems development with the State of Alaska’s Division of Public Health as well as in direct support roles with community based behavioral health and developmental disability service providers. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from Alaska Pacific University and a Master of Public Health from the University of Alaska, Anchorage with an emphasis in maternal child health.