Davisha Johnson

Davisha Johnson

D.L. Johnson Consulting Agency

Davisha L. Johnson serves as CEO & Lead Strategists of D.L. Johnson Consulting Agency.  Since her entry into politics in 2015, her drive, passion and expertise for creating environments of inclusion and diversity in politics has made her a much sought after liaison to community organizers, candidates, community leaders, business owners, local municipalities and elected officials throughout the state of Georgia.


Prior to entering politics, Ms. Johnson juggled being a student, a mother of 4 children (21, 12 and twins 6) and a working professional. She has had to deal with homelessness while recovering from a life-threatening head-on collision. However, during that time, she successfully ran several historic campaigns including the first African American female to become county commissioner, first Asian LGBTQ candidate elected to the Georgia general assembly and her most recent management position for a first time African American female statewide candidate for Insurance Commissioner to gain almost 4 million votes in a general election.


Over the past 3-5 years, Ms. Johnson has received several accomplishments from organizations that have acknowledged her track record of success and has been a speaker at several political conferences for her expertise in engagement.

  • 2018 Panelist for Campaigns & Elections Expo in Washington, D.C. on “Race and Gender on the Campaign trail for 2018 Midterms
  • 2018 Speaker for Democratic Candidate Conference in Washington D.C on “Voter Outreach and Early Voting Strategies”
  • 2018 Nominee for Professional Women in Advocacy on an Issue Based Campaign
  • 2017 Honoree for Women’s Empowerment month for her work as a women’s owned small business
  • 2017 Graduate of the Inaugural class of Leadership DeKalb Emerging Leaders Program for Millennials
  • 2017 Member of Georgia State University Student Alumni Board


Ms. Johnson is currently the Chief of Staff to Sandra G. Scott; Georgia State House Representative for D-76 and the former Vice Chair of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus which is the largest in the United States, Vice President and Co-Founder of Gwinnett Minority Business Alliance Inc., that created the first minority business group in the most diverse county in the state of Georgia and Co-Creator of the Southeast Cannabis Symposium Series focused on education `and workforce development in underserved communities regarding the cannabis and hemp industry.


Her goal now is to focus in on training, government affairs/campaigns, government contracting opportunities and develops political and legislative strategy. Her clientele also consists of providing non-profits, start-ups, entrepreneurs, established businesses and private individuals with business support services and economic development opportunities throughout the United States and the international landscape.