Cary Alan

Johnson

Country Representative

PSI Burundi

Cary Alan Johnson is the Country Representative for Population Services International in Burundi. He has previously served as Country Director for Africa in Rwanda, Tanzania and Zimbabwe and as Assistant Country Director for CARE International in Mali. He has also held leadership positions with Amnesty International, Outright Action International, and the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR). Johnson holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs from Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs and a Bachelor’s degree from Sarah Lawrence College. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Johnson is a former Peace Corps volunteer (Democratic Republic of Congo, 1983-85) and Peace Corps Response Volunteer (Ukraine, 2012). 

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