Sauda Johnson

Johnson Joins CRN As Director, Education and Events

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the leading trade association for the dietary supplement and functional food industry, announces that Sauda Johnson has joined the organization’s membership team as its new director, education and events.

Johnson comes to CRN with experience in coordinating and leading special events, meetings and conferences for Washington-based trade and non-profit organizations. Her background includes employment with the Federation of American Scientists, America’s Essential Hospitals, Children’s National Bear Institute, and the Milken Institute School of Public Health.

As director, education and events, Johnson will facilitate CRN’s webinar and educational programs, and manage CRN’s annual conference for the dietary supplement industry which will be held this year in Salt Lake City, Utah October 9–11, as well as other events. 

“We’re excited to welcome Sauda to the CRN team and look forward to her contributions to the array of innovative education and event offerings we’re developing for CRN members and the industry,” said Gretchen Powers, vice president, marketing and member experience.

Johnson graduated from George Washington University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in sports, event and hospitality management. She is a certified government meeting professional (CGMP) and expected to achieve her certified meeting planner designation (CMP) later this year.

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