DENNY N. JOHNSON
LIFE MEMBER #10478
Effective December 28, 2015 Brother Denny N. Johnson began his role as the Director of Membership Services at the General Office. Brother Johnson is a results-driven professional with a proven track record of increasing effectiveness, maximizing resources, and delivering effective growth in non-profit organizations. He also brings experience on strategic guidance on a variety of organizational development issues and has developed trainings for non-profit organizations, government agencies, corporate, and institutions of higher learning.
We believe Brother Johnson’s experience and background will assist the Membership Services Department to continue to grow and develop our members and field staff, while improving department operations, efficiency, and stakeholder relationships.
A 1987 honors graduate from Livingston High School as well as a cum laude graduate of Alabama A&M University, who attended on an academic scholarship, was initiated into the Delta Gamma Chapter on March 5, 1989, and received his B.S. Degrees in Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness Educational Management, in 1992. He is a former chapter President to Delta Gamma and served as the Assistant District Director of Alabama as well as a National Belford V. Lawson Oratorical Finalist at the 85th Anniversary General Convention in August 1991. Moreover, Brother Johnson was the epitome of leadership throughout his college days at A&M, for he was involved in various on-campus and civic organizations.
Brother Johnson, who is currently an active member of the Pi Upsilon Lambda Chapter in Largo, MD and Life Member of the Fraternity, has served on the national, regional, district, and local levels in various leadership roles since being initiated to the Fraternity. Brother Johnson, who is known throughout this Eastern Region and the entire Fraternity as a “Brother’s Brother, is also a stalwart in the Metropolitan Washington, DC community through his involvement and leadership roles with several professional and social organizations and serving on various Board of Directors. He has received numerous awards for his community and civic involvements, to include the U.S. Presidential National Volunteer Service Award for tremendous dedication to both youth and families in the local community by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation in 2009 as well as the Elliot Hair Award for Outstanding Leadership & Mentoring Efforts in the Metro DC area by the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC in 2008. Brother Johnson is an active member of The Sanctuary at Kingdom Square Church in Capitol Heights, MD, where he has served in various ministries, including the Deacons Ministry, the Security Ministry, the Ministry Assimilation Council, and the Scholarship & Secular Education Ministry. He is married to the former Deborah T. Crosby, a native of Washington, DC, and they reside in Bowie, MD.