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Vivian Bradley Johnson

Board of Directors Candidate 2022-2025

Vivian JohnsonVIVIAN BRADLEY JOHNSON, Pharm.D., B.S., R.Ph., M.B.A., FASHP ( is the senior vice president of clinical services at Parkland Health and Hospital System in Dallas, Texas. She oversees pharmacy, radiology, respiratory, clinical dietary, physical medicine & rehabilitation and laboratory services.

She has spent over 35 years providing healthcare services to the underserved in Dallas County. Under Johnson’s leadership, many pharmacy programs have been developed including a 340B program. She is a member of the Parkland COVID-19 Response Team and provides oversight of the COVID-19 vaccines. She serves as a subject matter expert on COVID-19 vaccines for the Dallas community and congressional constituents.

She is originally from Lake City, Florida. Johnson attended Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, School of Pharmacy. She attained her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia and an M.B.A. from University of Dallas. She is married to Frederick with three children, Frederick II, Michelle Marva, and Erika.

Johnson has been the recipient of many awards, including the 2010 Texas Pharmacy Leadership Award. She has served on the TSHP Professional Affairs Council and the Leadership Section. Johnson is a long-term member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. She is a fellow of ASHP. Johnson has served on the ASHP Residency Excellence Awards Committee, the Council on Pharmacy Management, and the ASHP Racial Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force. She was appointed to the Pharmacy Executive Leadership Alliance Advisory Panel and the ASHP Forecast 2022 Advisory Committee. She continues to be an advocate and active member in the pharmacy profession.

Meet Vivian Bradley Johnson


I believe in the value and worth of every human being.
I strive to make the most of my life and to help others do the same. No matter what title or position we hold, I believe we are all equal and valuable human beings with the ability to make a positive contribution to society. Pharmacists are still among the most highly trusted professions. I would like to help ASHP work with national, state, and local entities to recognize pharmacists as being an integral part of the leadership, population health, and acute care team.

I believe in improving conditions and processes to ensure positive outcomes.
I chose pharmacy to help make a positive difference in the lives of others through this profession. I believe ASHP is positioned to help pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to work collaboratively within and outside of the profession to achieve positive outcomes.

I believe in helping to develop and mentor others to reach their full potential.
I am a servant leader. I believe a great leader finds joy in helping others reach their full potential. This perspective has helped me to inspire, encourage, and guide others to contribute and pursue their personal and professional goals. I believe I can positively contribute to ASHP’s leadership and mentoring programs.

I am honored to be among the candidates for the ASHP Board of Directors and would work hard to promote the pharmacy profession, eliminate healthcare disparities, and lend support to ASHP members seeking professional growth.