Dr. Adair White-Johnson, who received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Daemen College, was honored in 2018 with the Distinguished Alumna Award and the Daemen HEOP Distinguished Alumna Award.
White-Johnson is a best-selling author and leading authority on motivating and inspiring others to make positive changes in their lives to overcome life’s challenges. After retiring from a successful career as a professional school counselor, she created The Empowerment House, where she coaches teens and women to become more resilient through life changes. She also developed an empowerment and resiliency curriculum for teens.
A resident of Powder Springs, Ga., White-Johnson earned a master’s degree in counselor education/school counseling and guidance services and a doctorate in education from the University at Buffalo.
She serves on the University at Buffalo Alumni Association Board of Directors, and has previously served on the executive board of the Cobb County School Counselor’s Association.