Kirstin Johnson

Professor at the minority leadership institute
"Candidate for Springfield Town Council"

My Voters:

Their main issues 

My experience:

Reaching common ground solutions

WCF leverages common ground to build good government at all levels using 100% of America’s talent, wisdom, and skill.

We are people from all political parties who believe government works best when America is represented by 100% of the available talent, wisdom, and skill – 50/50, men and women, like the population.

My story:

Throughout the 15 years of my professional career, my dedication and hard work have allowed me to experience a range of multifaceted industries and numerous job-titles. I have worked as a clinical psychologist, certified project management professional, seasoned healthcare evaluator and policy analyst. 

I have served at numerous federal agencies such as Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE), and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). 

My ongoing position as CEO at the W2 Consulting Corporation, has given me professional experience along with invaluable leadership skills. All my listed experiences have shaped my world view and my perceptions, creating my unique outlook on work and life. 

I Believe:
Education is our passport to the future

In the news

Interview on CNN
Article in The Bolton News
Interview in the New York Times


Beyond a doubt, Kirstin is the most qualified person to run for office in years. As a teacher, a principal, and now a businesswoman, Kirstin has done it all.


Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH)

Kirsten has done it all. In all she does, Kirsten exemplifies honesty, fairness, and thoughtfulness. We need Kirsten. Kirsten needs you. Vote for her this election.


Senator Mark Warner (D-VA)

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