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Stephanie L. Johnson, CSP, CHMM

Stephanie L. Johnson


Stephanie L.Johnson, leads the AT&T EHS Tank program which has responsibility for AT&T tank management, remediation, and SPCC in all US states and territories. As a leader, she is responsible for setting the program strategic goals. She collaborates with business units to execute local program goals and expectations. She uses data and technology to improve compliance with automation and data analytics. With experience in various industries, she has led various divisions of EHS disciplines for corporate entities with teams ranging from 4-20 persons and an annual budget of up to $16M.

Joining ASSP in 2007, quickly became active in the chapter, Region, and Common Interest Group. She served as Southwest Chapter president (Region 3) leading the chapter to being recognized as a Platinum Chapter. She served Region 3 North Area Director, and Assistant RVP. Stephanie currently serves as a member of the BISE Advisory Council, ASSP PDC Committee and the DEI Summit Planning Committee.

In her community, Stephanie serves on several boards for non-profit organizations and as a board member serves on the board committee monitoring the human resource program. She is a director with the Alumni Board for Texas Exes – Dallas Chapter and Black Alumni Network, Dallas Black Dance Theater, and the College of Natural Sciences Advisory Council for the University of Texas at Austin. Additionally, Stephanie co-founded and formed two non-profits completing the required paperwork, Article of Incorporation, organization bylaws, IRS filing and annual reporting gaining an in-depth knowledge of organization governance, strategic planning, and financial management.

Platform Statement

ASSP is comprised of OSH professionals from various backgrounds, education levels, and spanning all levels of the organization. The most recent ASSP annual report provided an insight to why todays’ OSH professional joins ASSP. professional development, build their professional network; seek to learn best practices; and seek to support their profession.

As ASSP continues to seek ways to interact and engage with the membership to promote growth and member engagement, I want to support ASSP recognizing it’s diverse, semi-virtual, regional disperse membership. ASSP must also recognize the diverse voices and persons who they serve and how to ensure they are represented across the Society and supported in their membership and volunteer service. As an ASSP Board Member, I will embody the desire for returning value to the diverse membership, maintain knowledge and understanding of board governance and operations, and connect with members where they are.

My mission throughout my ASSP service has been to inspire, empower, and impact my fellow professionals through meaningful training, collaborative leadership, and purposeful connections as evident in my varied service with ASSP through the local chapter, Common Interest Group and on ASSP committees. The experience has afforded me the opportunity to understand the uniqueness of each person’s membership and how Society can connect and engage all members wherever they enter and serve within ASSP. In accordance with the 2022-2023 ASSP Strategic Goals, the Board will focus on Governing Forward; Revitalize and Refocus; and Invest in Growth. An ASSP Board Member, I would be able to have a strategic eye to shifting demographics and future needs of the member; understand how to balance the delivery of member value through learning opportunities while balancing the profitability of ASSP; and passion for the purpose and history of ASSP.


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