Get to Know: Dimitria Johnson, Office Support Associate

Dimitria Johnson
Dimitria Johnson, Office Support Associate

Our School is grateful for talented and dedicated staff, who contribute greatly to our teaching and research excellence. This "Get to Know" series highlights our staff, sharing their friendly faces and stories of professional success.

Where did you grow up?

I was born in Chicago but raised in Omaha, Nebraska.

What year did you begin working for the iSchool?

I started at the iSchool April 21, 2014.

Where did you work prior to the iSchool?

I worked at the Campus Center for Advising and Academic Services, formerly known as General Curriculum.

What do you do at the School?

I work in Admissions and my primary duties are processing applications and communicating with the applicants.

What do you like best about your job?

I love meeting and interacting with the incoming graduate students each semester.

What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?

On my spare time, I enjoy working out, watching a good movie, binge watching a show on Netflix, or reading a good book. 

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