Dr. Joslyn Johnson serves as the Assistant Dean of Career Education and Associate Director of Career Catalysts, at BEAM (Bridging Education, Ambition, and Meaningful Work) - Stanford's Career Education Department. Through strategic planning and serving as a connector for students, she is primarily focused on ensuring students have equitable opportunities through career programming focused on the intersection of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. She has been working in higher education for ten years, and has established a history of pioneering programs that champion diversity, education, and leadership development. Through her experience she has had the unique opportunity to view education from multiple perspectives, including student affairs, academic affairs, continued education, and recruitment. Her most recent research focused on how life-wide learning experiences served as shaping factors in the career success of high potential young adults. Joslyn received her PhD in Education - Adult, Professional, and Community Education from Texas State University, an M.A. in Human Resources Development from Midwestern State University and her B.A.A in Broadcasting and Cinematic Arts from Central Michigan University.
Assistant Dean of Career Education & Associate Director of Career Catalysts, Stanford University