Karen Olson Johnson is an experienced educator who has worked on numerous national, state, and local science education projects that joins the Women’s Congress as the Resource Development Lead. The early focal points of her career were the advancement of effective science education and the training of stellar science educators. She is the author of two books, Common Sense for Common Good and From Where I See It. Both books address issues of sustainability and our collective willingness to make this world a better place for all who inhabit the planet. Her second book is the winner of the Midwest Book Awards. She currently serves as the director of the Council of Contributors, an international nonprofit with roots in Minnesota that is working to save the rhino from extinction. You can listen to her as the co-host of a weekly morning talk show on AM950 radio called Food Freedom Radio.