Pat Johnson joined Delta Projects in 2003 as a Behavioral Clinician and was promoted to her current role of Clinical Director in 2007. She has been working in the Human Services Field for over twenty five years. Early in her career, Pat worked as a Licensed Social Worker for the Mississippi Department of Children & Family Services (DCF), as both a Child Protective Worker & Elder Abuse Investigator, receiving numerous awards while there. Upon transitioning from DCF, Pat worked as a High School Social Worker, as well as a Parent Liaison for the Mississippi Department of Special Education Services. During this period, Pat was responsible for working with “at-risk” pregnant youth who were involved with the juvenile court system and on the verge of quitting school, working closely with students who were academically, as well as behaviorally challenged. Under Pat’s leadership, the student dropout rate significantly decreased. Upon transitioning from the School District, Pat relocated to Georgia and worked as both Day Support Director, as well as Residential Director, for at-risk youth, before relocating to Massachusetts. Pat is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and has worked with several youth mentoring organizations throughout the years. She enjoys working with, as well as supporting, people who are differently abled. Pat earned a B.S. in Psychology from Alcorn State University and went on to earn her graduate degree in Counseling from Mississippi State University.