Chief of Communications, Center for Values-Driven Leadership
Amber Johnson is the Center for Values-Driven Leadership’s Chief Communications Officer, and a Senior Research Associate. She also oversees thought leadership and executive student recruitment for the Center, and is actively involved in the Center’s research and consulting practices. Amber brings 15 years of experience in communications, marketing, and non-profit fundraising and administration.
Before coming to the Center, Amber spent seven years in various leadership positions with World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization. In this capacity, she served as a media correspondent from Pakistan, led travel groups in Tanzania, and helped launch World Vision’s social-network based engagement and fundraising platform, Team World Vision. Prior to her work with World Vision, Amber was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Kingdom of Tonga, and served as the University Editor at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. She served as adjunct faculty in marketing and public speaking at Ball State University.
Amber holds a M.A. in communication studies, with an emphasis in rhetorical theory, from Ball State University and an undergraduate degree, also in communication studies, from Malone University in Canton, Ohio.