Indianapolis-based education nonprofit The Mind trust has selected Ontay Johnson as its newest Education Entrepreneur Fellow. Johnson will serve as Executive Director of EmpowerED Families, an independent nonprofit organization supported by The Mind Trust, after his one-year fellowship. He served as Executive Director of 100 Black Men of Indianapolis for seven years.

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed serving children and families in this community through my work at 100 Black Men of Indianapolis. Leading The 100 has been a highlight in my life, however, I am equally as excited about my next assignment at The Mind Trust. Empowering others to advocate for transformative education is so important to the success of all children,” said Johnson.

Johnson holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwood University and a MBA from City University of New York. 


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