NAVIGATION:          HOMEPAGE          WELCOME          CONCERT          QUOTES          CONCLUSION

Creating Ripples ... Making Waves

A Storytelling Concert About Transformation:
Choices, Compromises, Consequences, and Change


BIOGRAPHY
 


TOMISHA JOHNSON
Houston, TX
tomcat7726@yahoo.com


INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION

I was born and raised in Houston, Texas. As a single woman with no children and no pets, I like to spend my free time with my family members, writing, and watching television. I mainly like to write poetry, or should I say poetry likes to be written by me, since it is something that comes naturally at various times. I am currently a Childrenís Librarian at a public library.


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

M.S. Candidate in Library and Information Science
University of North Texas
School of Library and Information Sciences
Denton, Texas

B.B.A. Marketing
University of Houston
Houston, Texas


STORYTELLING INTERESTS

All the credit goes to the UNT School of Library & Information Science and Dr. E. Figa for my introduction to the art of storytelling. My storytelling experience has been a great confidence booster. I have enjoyed performing different stories and look forward  to continuing to challenge myself. I like to tell stories that are humorous, however I am in the process of attempting stories that convey different emotions. I would also like to be able to tell my poetry, which Iíve never taken the time to learn to tell.


MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

I love to do jigsaw puzzles when I get the time. I am also a big football fan and want to name my first born after Peyton Manning. I love to sing although I canít hold a note.


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