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Mr. Kevin R. Johnson

Wrong Kevin R. Johnson?

Mayor

Local Address: Sacramento, California, United States
Sacramento
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Bachelor's degree , business administration
    New Mexico State University
  • master’s degree , electrical engineering
    Stanford University
  • electrical engineering
    MIT
  • undergraduate degree , chemistry
    Stanford University
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Web References
Sacramento Mayor Kevin ...
www.sacbee.com, 15 Mar 2014 [cached]
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson hits the road to draw attention to Sacramento Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson hits the road to draw attention to Sacramento - Sacramento City News - The Sacramento Bee
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson will be installed as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in April, a post that will increase his profile nationally.
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Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson and Sacramento Kings minority owner Paul Jacobs, right, embrace on Wednesday October 30, 2013, at the NBA season opener between the Kings and Nuggets at Sleep Train Arena.
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson said he is aiming for his new role as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, starting in April, to directly benefit the city of Sacramento.
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and wife Michelle Rhee respond to cheers from the sold out crowd for the NBA season opener between the Sacramento Kings and the Denver Nuggets at Sleep Train Arena.
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Mayor Kevin Johnson recently invited presidential chef Sam Kass to experience Sacramentos farm-to-fork culture, like at last years Tower Bridge dinner.
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson hits the road to draw attention to Sacramento
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson approached presidential chef Sam Kass during a White House State Dinner last month and extended an invitation.
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Earlier that night, Johnson said, he pressed Rep.
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Johnson, a staunch charter school advocate, has raised nearly $5 million for education-related causes in Sacramento since taking office.
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Johnson has always spent a lot of time away from Sacramento compared with his predecessors. Now that his top local goal of building a new Kings arena may soon be achieved, hes planning to spend even less time at City Hall.
In April, Johnson will be installed as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, a post that will increase his profile on the national stage. Johnson will be the first Sacramento mayor to lead the organization in its 81-year history.
Johnson says the goal is to raise Sacramentos national visibility and to secure private and public investment in the city.
City Council colleagues either said they supported this traveling salesman approach or declined comment, though the leader of one City Hall watchdog group pointed out that a ballot measure backed by Johnson aiming to greatly increase the mayors day-to-day responsibilities would potentially make his presence in town more important.
The spotlight is going to be on our community, Johnson said last week during an interview in his City Hall office. This game is about relationships and knowing people, and were in line to capitalize on that in a big way.
To prepare for Johnsons expected absences this year, the City Council has named a vice mayor and, for the first time, a mayor pro tem. Councilman Jay Schenirer is serving as vice mayor for 2014; Councilwoman Angelique Ashby is the mayor pro tem and will step in to run council meetings when Johnson and Schenirer are not around.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors post is high profile, held in the past decade by the mayors of Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Miami and Seattle, along with smaller cities such as Dearborn, Mich., and Trenton, N.J.
For 14 months, Johnson will set the political and advocacy agenda for an organization that represents more than 600 cities with populations greater than 30,000.
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Johnson is following that model with his own tour this year in Sacramento.
Sacramento is going to benefit if for no other reason than because of the profile (Johnson will) have, Villaraigosa said.
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Johnson is scheduled to be installed as president of the mayors group on April 16 in Sacramento.
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Johnson said he is aiming for the new role to have a direct impact on Sacramento. He and the U.S. Conference of Mayors are planning to host a delegation of more than 50 mayors here in September for the citys annual Farm-to-Fork Festival. Johnson said he plans to show Sacramento off to his mayoral colleagues while theyre here, with tours of the Downtown Plaza arena site and infill development projects at the downtown railyard, Curtis Park and east Sacramento.
The mayor said he also plans to use his new connections to recruit private and public investment in Sacramento, a city still recovering from difficult economic times.
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If I do it right, Johnson said, its going to be a big web that funnels its way back to Sacramento.
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The post will require Johnson to travel often, likely exposing him to some criticism in Sacramento, where he has already missed five of the 10 City Council meetings this year. Johnson said he is confident he will be able to juggle his new duties with his responsibilities back home.
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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson hits the road to draw attention to Sacramento
Staff » Greenwise Joint Venture
greenwisejv.org, 7 Mar 2014 [cached]
As a full-time Fuse Corps fellow, Sarah Leddy is serving as an executive member of the Greenwise Joint Venture team and as liaison for the Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson to support Farm-to-Fork initiatives in the Sacramento region.
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The initiative, supported by Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, is modeled after the Edible Schoolyard Project at Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School in Berkeley, California - a program founded by legendary chef, Alice Waters.
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Amarachi Okemiri is working in support of the 'Year of Food' initiative with the Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson.
Board of Directors | Investor Relations | Starbucks Coffee Company
investor.starbucks.com, 14 Mar 2014 [cached]
Kevin Johnson Juniper Networks, Inc. chief executive officer
Networking equipment giant Juniper ...
www.vell.com, 25 Jan 2014 [cached]
Networking equipment giant Juniper Networks' CEO Kevin R. Johnson, 52, is planning to retire. Johnson will stay at the helm until Juniper's board finds a replacement. Johnson has been the CEO of Juniper for the last five years, and said he is stepping down because it's a good time for the company to transition. Prior to Juniper Networks, Johnson was at Microsoft, where he served as President, Platforms and Services Division. He had been Co-President of the Platforms and Services Division, Group VP, Worldwide Sales, Marketing and Services, SVP, Microsoft Americas, and SVP, U.S. Sales, Marketing, and Services. Before joining Microsoft in 1992, Johnson worked in the systems integration and consulting business of IBM, and started his career as a software developer. Johnson also serves on the board of Starbucks Corporation.
There are four nominees for election ...
www.sec.gov, 8 April 2011 [cached]
There are four nominees for election as Class III directors of the Board at this year’s annual meeting — Mary B. Cranston, Kevin R. Johnson, J. Michael Lawrie and David Schlotterbeck.
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Our Board recommends a vote FOR the election to the Board of Mary B. Cranston, Kevin R. Johnson, J. Michael Lawrie and David Schlotterbeck as Class III directors.
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Kevin R. Johnson Director since 2008
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Mr. Johnson joined Juniper Networks in September 2008 as Chief Executive Officer and a member of our Board of Directors. Prior to Juniper Networks, Mr. Johnson was at Microsoft Corporation, a worldwide provider of software, services, and solutions, where he had served as President, Platforms and Services Division since January 2007. He had been Co-President of the Platforms and Services Division since September 2005. Prior to that role, he held the position of Microsoft’s Group Vice President, Worldwide Sales, Marketing and Services since March 2003. Before that position, Mr. Johnson had been Senior Vice President, Microsoft Americas since February 2002 and Senior Vice President, U.S. Sales, Marketing, and Services since August 2000. Before joining Microsoft in 1992, Mr. Johnson worked in IBM’s systems integration and consulting business and started his career as a software developer. Mr. Johnson also serves on the board of directors of Starbucks Corporation, a worldwide coffee retailer.
Mr. Johnson’s day-to-day involvement in the Company’s business has provided him with extensive knowledge and understanding of the Company and its industry. As Chief Executive Officer, he is able to provide the Company’s Board of Directors with insight and information related to the Company’s strategy, operations, and business. His prior experience in a number of substantial management roles at Microsoft Corporation provided him with extensive experience in research and development, operations and management.
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Kevin R. Johnson
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