Isha Johnson is currently leading the Black Mothers Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA) team as the Program Director. Isha holds a Bachelor of Social Work from Wilberforce University, which served as the foundation for her career in non-profit management when she joined City Year after graduation. Over the span of more than a decade, Isha has consistently demonstrated her ability to lead teams and develop impactful programs.
In 2020, Isha expanded her expertise by becoming a doula through the National Black Doula Association, an experience that deepened her commitment to birth work and breastfeeding. The subsequent year marked a profound milestone in her life as she welcomed her beautiful daughter into the world, further fueling her dedication to empowering mothers through breastfeeding. Isha’s unwavering belief in fostering equitable and sustainable outcomes for all Black women and children is what drew her to BMBFA, where she continues to champion this crucial mission. Beyond her professional accomplishments, Isha takes pride in her membership with Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and she finds joy in nurturing plants and cultivating her own garden.