Tenneh Johnson Kemah, LCSW–C is a native of Liberia who migrated as an adolescent to the United States during the Liberian civil war. She obtained a Masters in Social Work from the University of Maryland in 1998.
For five years, Ms. Johnson-Kemah served as Project Manager with the Division of Unaccompanied Children’s Services, establishing and directing a first-of-its-kind child welfare advocacy system in conjunction with the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services and Homeland Security.
Ms. Johnson Kemah has always been passionate about working with and helping individuals in need, within the most vulnerable populations. Her long-term goal is to continue much needed community outreach and involvement, on a progressively larger scale – locally, nationally and globally. She finds the most rewarding aspect of her organizational service is improving the lives and well-being of others.