2016 Miss Georgia Teen Imani Johnson volunteers with back to school programs

“Service is the rent you pay in order to be here on this earth”

-Muhammad Ali

I had a phenomenal day serving my community alongside Hands on Atlanta with their back to school program.

We decorated bags and then filled them with the school supplies donated by the National American Miss Georgia contestants. We filled over 50 bags that will be donated to local elementary schools throughout Atlanta.

I was also honored to donate to the Stuff the Bus for United Way in Fulton county.

2016 Miss Georgia Teen Imani Johnson at the Pastor’s Honor Roll Banquet

Miss Georgia Teen Imani Johnson speaks to students and parents at the 2016 Pastor’s Honor Roll Banquet.

Imani spoke on the topics of the importance of obtaining higher level education, believing in dreams, and never giving on your dreams.

Imani was also presented with the Pastor’s Honor Roll Award for her high academic marks.

2016 Miss Georgia Teen Imani Johnson speaks at Georgia American Legion of Woodstock

On August 18th, 2016 Miss Georgia Teen, Imani Johnson spoke to Veterans and students on behalf of her experiences at the Georgia Girls State summer program, which she attended on a full scholarship presented by the Woodstock American Legion.
Imani was awarded for her accomplishments during her week of study. Imani was also the only young woman from her district the attend this summer program, so it is her mission to get more young women involved in Georgia Girls State program under the Opportunities category of her platform The C.O.N.Q.U.E.R.O.R. Movement.

2016 Miss Georgia Teen Imani Johnson raises money for Habitudes Leadership Curriculum

On November 12, 2016 Miss Georgia Teen Imani Johnson hosted a benefit dinner theatre to raise money for the Habitudes Leadership Curriculum to  go to students in India.

The Habitudes Leadership Curriculum is a series of books written by Dr. Tim Elmore that teach students about setting goals, not giving into peer pressure, and learning from failures.

The dinner was sponsored by RRHS Beta Club, KOTRT, Big Girls Catering, and the Cherokee Theater company who performed a play called “Death by Chocolate.”