As a woman, BEVERLY JOHNSON has fought past gender biases and sexism. As a person of color, BEVERLY JOHNSON has pierced through racial and inequitable injustices. Leveraging her challenges and victories, Beverly is empowered to give more to the world. BEVERLY JOHNSON philanthropic community efforts target Women’s rights, domestic violence, child abuse and degenerative diseases.

As Board of Directors member for Barbara Sinatra Children Center for Abused Children and International Spokesperson for the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, Ask4Tell4 and AIDS, Beverly is active in speaking out on issues that effect women, men and children’s health. Her disruption in the Fashion Industry campaigns around inequitable employment and treatment of design talent, sample workers and factory sweatshops. This work lead to becoming the Ambassador of Goodwill to the Fashion Industry.