Justice, Fairness, Inclusion, and Performance.

Richard Greggory Johnson III

MEMBER SINCE: 2020

Richard Greggory Johnson III profile headshot

Dr. Richard Greggory Johnson III is a tenured Full Professor & Department Chair for the Department of Public and Nonprofit Administration, School of Management, University of San Francisco. Dr. Johnson also serves as Chair of the USF Institutional Review Board (IRB). As a scholar Professor Johnson’s research centers on social equity within the fields of public policy, management, higher education and Human Resources Management. He has been teaching in higher education for almost twenty years and is widely published with several peer-reviewed books and over two dozen peer-reviewed journal articles. Professor Johnson holds three master degrees and a doctoral degree from the following institutions: Middlesex University, Georgetown University, Golden Gate University and DePaul University. Professor Johnson is also a member of in the following honor societies: Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu & Pi Alpha Alpha. Finally, he is a Life Member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated and National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Fellow.

History of Employment

Position
Division
Organization
Start
End
University Institutional Review Board, Chair
Associate Provost Office
University of San Francisco
2019
Current
Department Chair for Public & Nonprofit Administration
School of Management
University of San Francisco
2019
Current
Professor of Public Administration with Tenure
School of Management
University of San Francisco
2016
Current
Associate Professor of Public Administration with Tenure
School of Management
University of San Francisco
2011
2016
Associate Professor of Policy & Leadership Studies with Tenure
College of Education
University of Vermont
2009
2011
Assistant Professor of Policy & Leadership Studies
College of Education
University of Vermont
2003
2009
Primary Policy Areas

Budget, Civil Rights and Liberties, Consumer Protection, Criminal Justice/Justice, Disability Rights, Economy, Education, Ethics and Lobbying Reform, Foreign Policy, Gender Policy, Government Operations/Innovation, Health Care, Housing, Labor, Urban Affairs

Primary Sector of Expertise

Academic

Primary Functions

Academic Faculty, Academic Administration, Budgeting and Finance, Board Governance, Change Management, Economic Formulation, Grants Management, Human Capital, Organizational Structure/Design/Development, Risk Management, Strategic Planning