Alencia Johnson leads at the intersection of social justice and culture change, cultivating over a decade of experience marrying cultural cornerstones -- advocacy, politics, corporate and entertainment -- together to achieve justice. As Founder and Chief Impact Officer of 1063 West Broad — a social impact agency specializing in the intersection of culture, impact and purpose — Alencia connects brands, organizations and people to mission driven solutions.
She has worked for the presidential campaigns of President Barack Obama, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and was a senior advisor to President Biden’s campaign. Alencia has also held national roles at Planned Parenthood and GEICO -- leading efforts in each organization to address systemic issues facing marginalized communities through brand, engagement and narrative strategies. At Planned Parenthood, she was the architect behind the “Stand With Black Women” branding and framework as well as led the organization’s election strategies with Secretary Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Alencia has been recognized by Harvard University with a "Woman of the Year" award, EBONY Magazine’s “Power 100” list of influential African Americans, PRWeek’s “40 Under 40” list, and more. She serves on the board of directors of Warner Music Group/Blavatnik Family Foundation’s Social Justice Fund and was appointed to the Virginia Council on Women by Governor Ralph Northam.