Mya Johnson has worked in the social services field for 13 years. During that time, she has worked in mental health, behavioral health, preventative services, and juvenile court services, working with at risk youth, intellectually disabled, developmentally disabled individuals as well as foster care children. Most recently, Mya was working as a team lead for family preservation services. Mya earned her undergraduate degree from William Penn University and majored in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in juvenile delinquency. Mya also earned a Master’s degree in Psychology from Grand Canyon University, and will continue her education to seek licensure sometime in the near future. Mya takes pride not only in her professional accomplishments and education, but also in her role as a mother. She is raising three of her biological children, and is in the process of adopting a child with special needs.