Johnson’s journey began at Booth University College, where he graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Social Work. Johnson has since worked for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority CSU as a crisis unit practitioner. Johnson recently graduated with a Master of Social Work from the University of Manitoba, focusing on immigrant mental health issues, an area he is passionate about and would like to research. In 2015, Johnson co-presented at the Strangers in New Homelands conference on the topic titled Cultural and systemic stigma within mental health: Integrating alternative approaches. Johnson is also in a private practice with Riverbend Counselling & Wellness. Johnson has been teaching SWK 311 and SWK 331 both online and in class since 2014. Johnson lives in Winnipeg with his lovely wife and two children. He is a fanatic fan of soccer, a sport he played with passion during his time at Booth.