I am entering my fourth year as a member of the coaching staff for Performance Volleyball.
I am married to Anthony Johnson and we have a beautiful daughter, Jasmine who was born in October of 2018.
I graduated from Columbia College with a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice. I played two years of volleyball at Columbia College where I was a standout athlete. I made my debut in 2010, and totaled 689 kills for the season giving me an average of 4.72 per game and ranking sixth in single-season kills for the Cougars. In addition, I led the team in service aces with 77 and was fourth on the team in digs with 236. I was named the American Midwest Conference Newcomer of the Year in 2010 and received First Team All-Conference honors while also being named All-American after falling to Fresno Pacific (Calif.) University in the championship match. I also collected American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Midwest Region Newcomer of the year and first team honors. During my senior season, I led my squad to a third place finish at the NAIA National Championships and logged a team high 526 kills in 43 matches for an average of 3.93 kills per set. I also led the team in aces with 62 and chipped in 33 blocks and 260 digs. I was named First Team All-AMC and First Team All-American for my efforts.
Prior to Columbia College, I attended Lake Land College where I was Player of the Year and Regional Player of the Year.