Meet the Founder
Darryl Johnson, SSYB, SMC
"How can we properly define a future we have never witnessed".
BS, Information Technology (2016)
Web Graphic Design and Programming
MS, Psychology (2022)
Industrial and Organizational
Certified UX Designer
IBM Certified Design Thinking Co-Creator
IBM Certified Design Thinking Practitioner
Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator
NSLS Leadership Certification
Six Sigma Yellow Belt
GAPSC Educator Certificate
Christian Education Facilitator
NAACP Atlanta Chapter
Division 1: Society for General Psychology
Division 7: Developmental Psychology
Division 8: Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Division 15: Educational Psychology
Division 36: Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
Division 45: Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race
Division 48: Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence
National Society of Leadership and Success
My name is Rev. Darryl Johnson. I am a husband, father, minister, Navy veteran, High School teacher, and founder of The Path: An Agent of Change, Inc. I am a black man raised by a single mother of four from the Bronx, NY. I am the underrepresented population we seek to help. I am fortunate to have been protected from becoming a product of my environment through early exposure to psychology and law enforcement. I am currently pursuing my master's in psychology and a proud member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. I now hold a 3.98 GPA, and I am less than a year away from accomplishing my graduation. I was selected as a finalist in the NSLS United by Purpose Grant focused on dismantling racism and bigotry.
As a Certified UX Designer, Certified ScrumMaster, and IBM Certified Design Thinking Practitioner, I use my education to create a nonprofit that cultivates change as a product for our environment. Yes, I said change. We believe that we cannot define what we have not seen. Therefore, we design for change by collecting user stories to create equitable solutions to be implemented in society to foster change. With some backing from the NSLS, I successfully launched The Path: An Agent of Change, Inc.
We are now holding many seminars and events, locally in Atlanta and virtually, to teach the world how to design for change. As we grow financially and in numbers, we will begin to departmentalize into the four focus areas of change, proposed by Dannemiller’s equation of change. Our product will assist in moving the narration from awareness to tangibility in equity for all.