CONTACT: Margaret Eberly
WASHINGTON – The Trinity Forum today announced that Dr. Brian L. Johnson, President of Tuskegee University in Alabama, has joined its board of trustees.
The Trinity Forum is a nonprofit organization that offers opportunities for leaders to engage life’s greatest questions in the context of faith and cultivates and disseminates the best of Christian thought
leadership. Founded in 1991, it offers lectures, publications, and facilitated discussions on the great ideas that have shaped Western Civilization and the faith that has animated its highest achievements.
“I am so very pleased to be joining the work of the Trinity Forum, serving on its board of trustees at an exciting and thriving time in the organization’s history,” said Dr. Johnson upon joining the board. “The work of the Trinity Forum is all-important for the renewal of leadership in civic sectors both nationally and globally, and I hope to contribute to and support both its President Cherie Harder and Chairman Price Harding and all Forum associates and supporters in its ongoing work.”
Trinity Forum President Cherie Harder added: “Chairman of the Board Price Harding and I are honored to welcome Dr. Brian Johnson onto its Board of Trustees. Dr. Johnson’s scholarship and leadership within academia will enrich the work of the Trinity Forum and extend its reach
in exciting new ways. We are delighted to be joined by Dr. Johnson in
Dr. Johnson is the seventh president of Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama, where he has held various administrative and academic posts, including Vice President for Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness; Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Chief of Staff, and Assistant Professor of English.
Dr. Johnson has previously been named a fellow at the American Council of Education, the Association of American Schools and Colleges and Universities, the Tennessee Board of Regents and other organizations. He is also editor and author of a number of academic and scholarly books on
W.E.B. Du Bois and the Civil War.
Many of his publications can be viewed on his website at www.intersectionoffaithandlearning.com .
The full roster of the Trinity Forum’s Board of Trustees can be viewed here.
For more information about the Trinity Forum, visit www.ttf.org.