Reneé Johnson represents District 4 on the Charlotte City Council. She is the founder and executive director of Triumph Services, an organization designed to provide services to survivors of trauma, including but not limited to acquired brain injury.
Reneé has a background of serving the community, with over 30 years of public service, including affordable and re-entry housing and Medicaid administration. For the past 16 years, Council Member Johnson has been providing affordable housing solutions for homeless women and families seeking low-income and transitional housing.
She is the former board chair of Montessori Renaissance Community School and a former board member of Rahab’s Hideaway (an organization designed to assist victims of Human Trafficking), United Faith of America and Make It Happen Foundation. She has also participated on the Charlotte Continuum of Care, Mecklenburg County Re-entry Partners, and the Re-entry Housing Alliance.
She holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and master's in human services. Council Member Johnson is married, has two adult children and two grandchildren. She is a current member of the St. Paul Baptist Church.