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Brionna Johnson

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MEd, 2022

Brionna Johnson is currently a Senior Career Consultant at the University of Georgia Career Center. 

Brionna was a full-time master’s student at the Institute, who worked as a graduate assistant with one of IHE’s outreach programs, the Georgia College Advising Corps (GCAC).

After earning her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia, Brionna found her passion for higher education by serving with GCAC as a College Adviser. She worked at a local high school for two years supporting juniors and seniors in creating post-secondary plans and demystifying the college application process.

Brionna’s research interests include college access, the first-year experience, and retention and success of underrepresented student populations.


News Featuring Brionna Johnson

Professor Amy Stich, Professor George Spencer (NYU), Brionna Johnson (MEd 2022), and Sean Baser (doctoral candidate) joined forces to identify obstacles to higher education policy implementation.

A large number of MIHE students, faculty, alumni, and former postdoctoral associates are participating in the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Cultivating Equitable Education Systems for the 21st Century. The…

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by Brionna Johnson

Brook Thompson and Brionna Johnson led an information session about the Georgia College Advising Corps to members of the McBee Institute community.

by Brionna Johnson

by Brionna Johnson

After completing her first year as a Master’s student at the Institute, Brionna Johnson is continuing her graduate assistant duties with the Georgia College Advising Corps (GCAC) into the summer as a training coordinator. She is excited to work with the…

The adage that "a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" might feel very real to high school students preparing for their path to college, particularly navigating the college admission process and financial aid applications. The…

Georgia College Advising Corps (GCAC) advisers Delisha Hodo and Brionna Johnson were presented the 2019 Peter and Laurie Grauer True North award on December 10 at the national College Advising Corps’ (CAC) annual Summit, held this year in Boston. Laurie Grauer…

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