Jasmine Johnson has taken the office of President of the Social Development Foundation. The 31-year old Milwaukee native was elected to the position and officially took office at the Foundation’s June 13th Board meeting.
Ms. Johnson is employed by Pfizer Inc. and replaces Neil Albrecht as President. The Social Development Foundation is a licensed 501 C-3 that supports the programs and services of the Social Development Commission.
Ms. Johnson said upon taking up her duties as Foundation President “I look forward to making a valuable contribution to the role as President for the Social Development Foundation (SDF), and continuing the phenomenal work that this board has done over the past few years.”
“Neil Albrecht, the immediate past president, has laid an amazing foundation, and I am excited for the opportunity to continue building upon that in order to further the mission and vision of SDF. Serving alongside, and now leading such great talent that this board offers is a complete honor, and together we will surpass our goals generating necessary resources to be able to strengthen the bridge [programs and services provided by SDC] in order to empower Milwaukee County residents to move beyond poverty” she added.