ERIN TRENT JOHNSON
SOMATIC ABOLITIONISM TRAINING
PROGRAM for Therapists & Coaches
with Resmaa Menakem, Karine Bell, Erin
Trent-Johnson, and Carlin Quinn.
THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THIS OFFERING IS NOW CLOSED.
Erin Trent Johnson
Erin Trent Johnson is the CEO, Principal Coach, and Founder of Community Equity Partners (CEP) a coaching and leadership development firm charged by the call to support the liberation of leaders and organizations from limiting beliefs into forces of transformation.
As a consultant, designer, and speaker with almost twenty years of experience, Erin works with gamechangers within the systems of education, non-profit, healthcare, legal justice systems, as well as philanthropic, government and corporate sectors.
As a coach and facilitator, Erin is a guide on the journey toward truth, healing and liberation.
Erin has a wealth of knowledge and experience in transformational leadership development, experiential training design, organizing, somatics, group process and action methods. Erin’s skills and talents come from a lineage of educational justice, community organizing and development.
Erin is a Certified Professional Leadership Coach trained by Leadership That Works, Coaching for Transformation; Erin has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Fels School of Government at the University of Pennsylvania and proudly holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Hampton University.
Erin is a Certified Professional Coach trained by Leadership That Works; and has received racial equity training through The National Equity Project, People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, The Racial Empowerment Collaborative at the University of Pennsylvania, and The National Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (SEED) Project. Erin is also trained in cultural somatics, action methods, group process and perspectives of socionomy. Erin has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Fels School of Government at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Hampton University. As a mother, wife, daughter and sister, Erin dreams for all people to be free to see a world without walls and imagine a liberated future.