Kimlin Charise Johnson
Guiding Youth Towards Success
Kimlin Charise Johnson has been a Project Engineer for over 23 years. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Kimlin has been married to Stanley Johnson (an Electrical Engineer) for 17 years and, “He is my biggest supporter and best friend." She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s of Science in Civil Engineering from Loyola Marymount University.
As the founder of B-RELYT, Kimlin holds herself personally accountable to bettering America, through the Mission and Vision of B-RELYT and book, Authenticity, Accountability & Ambitions (AAA released 8/2018). AAA will take you on a journey of truth in an effort to guide all people on the path to success. Kimlin highlights a chapter on each of her kids, Joel Isaiah (son) and Tyler Milan (daughter). And she does not hold back on the challenges and triumphs of being Black in America. AAA’s target audience is College students. And Kimlin’s goal is to Public Speak to Colleges throughout the United States.
Recently, Kimlin spoke to the Sanitation District's Board Members; composed of Mayors, Representatives and Council Members on current Labor Relation Issues.
If you have any questions or would like to contact Kimlin, her email is email@example.com.
JOEL I. JOHNSON
Joel is in High School and has played the cello for three years. He also plays several other instruments. Music is his calling and he looks forward to developing the Music Curriculum for B-RELYT.
TYLER M. JOHNSON
Tyler is in her last year of Elementary School. And Art is her passion. She looks forward to developing the Art curriculum for B-RELYT. And since Tyler’s name spelled backwards is the reason for such a great organization’s name – B-RELYT. Tyler is going to share her sparks with the world.
Stan LaSha Johnson
Stanley is the CFO of B-RELYT and a dedicated husband and father, with 20+ years’ experience as a licensed Electrical Engineer. His goal is also to empower young people with knowledge, based on his experience and background.
Growing up in Compton, California, in a working-class family, he faced many obstacles in his life’s journey. However, through self-improvement, he overcame many of these obstacles to become the successful Black professional that he is today.
Stan's motto is: “Be a better person today than you were yesterday, and be a better person tomorrow than you are today!”
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