Stacy Johnson

Sr. Director, Family and Community Engagement

Pittsburgh Corporate Office: (412) 342-0600

Stacy Johnson is a graduate of Carlow University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in political science. She earned her master’s in social work from the University of Pittsburgh and is a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Law, where she earned her juris doctor. 

Johnson is a foster care alumna who has been an advocate for foster care youth since 2005. As a foster youth, she was involved in litigation that was monumental for the betterment of children in the foster care system in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. She has worked for the Independent Living Initiative in Allegheny County, various emergency shelters and as a certified legal intern for Kids Voice, gaining experience in the courtroom representing youth in care. 

Johnson chaired the Southwest Youth Advisory Board of Pennsylvania and is currently a board member of the BACW. She is a recipient of the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s Champion of Hope and Healing Award for her outstanding dedication and commitment to the health and welfare of children in this region. She has also earned the distinction of being one of the New Pittsburgh Courier’s Fab 40, an award that honors 40 of the regions brightest and most impactful professionals under the age of 40. 

Johnson continues to advocate for youth in care through her work at A Second Chance, Inc.