Sha'Terra D. Johnson

East Texas State Director


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Soror Sha’Terra D. Johnson became a member of the Sorority in Spring 2008 through the Psi Delta Chapter at Stephen F. Austin State University; currently an active member of Sigma Tau Zeta Chapter in Lufkin/Nacogdoches, Texas where she was Chapter President 2014-2016. She has 10 years of uninterrupted membership to the Sorority on all levels and has served as the elected Southern

Region Public Relations Coordinator.

From 2016-2018 she was appointed to East Texas State Social Action Coordinator and served on the Spring/Summer 2018 issue of the Archon Editorial Committee for the Southern Region. Soror Johnson is a Centennial Charter Visionary Donor and 2017 ZOL Certified.

Soror Johnson is also the creator of the Finer Social Workers Professional Network. She holds a bachelor’s (2009) and master’s (2011) degrees in Social Work from Stephen F. Austin State University to proceed to be an Adjunct Professor for her alma mater. Soror Johnson has been in the HIV

care and prevention field for over 10 years. For the last 5 years she has worked as the HIV Health Planner at the Houston Regional HIV/AIDS Resource Ryan White Grant Administration Agency that funds over 13 million dollars to 51 counties in Eastern Texas.

In 2013, she founded Just A Touch of H.E.L.P., Inc. (HIV/STD Education, Linkage to Care & Prevention) to address and educate on rural HIV on the national, state and local stages. She’s active in her community and organizational membership includes; Shilo Missionary Baptist Church, Butterfly Project, Inc. Mentoring Program, Texas Black Women Initiative on Health, African American State of Emergency HIV Task Force, Fort Bend Black Heritage Society, National Association of Black Social Workers and appointed to the Fort Bend Historical Commission.