Christina Johnson teaches 10th grade Chemistry in a full inclusion setting, in which both General Education and Special Education students collaborate together, at Santee Education Complex in Los Angeles. She also serves as the Special Education Department Chair and the facilitator/sponsor for the Black Student Union. In previous years Christina served as a Restorative Communities and College Lead, where she provided training in restorative practices school-wide and in the classroom. Christina is a recipient of the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools Courageous Teacher of the Year award for her commitment to the inclusion of both Special Education and Black students on her campus. Christina was also selected as the 2020-2021 Inclusion Facilitator at her school site, to work directly with and hold administration accountable for their Special Education inclusion practices. Christina is a Teach For America Alum, and member of the Educators 4 Excellence Advisory Board and United Teachers Los Angeles union House of Representatives. She graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a BA in English Literature and received her MAT from the University of Southern California in the art of teaching. She later received her second MA from Loyola Marymount University in Urban Education Policy and Administration.