Recognized as one of the most Inspiring Women of 2019, Suncera Johnson survived an upbringing beset by alcoholism, addiction, and religiosity while rebounding from young single motherhood marred by excommunication, poverty, and hopelessness.
With no college degree or formal training, the single mom worked her way up from a temp assistant at Spike TV to Producer/Editor at Viacom (VH1, Logo, MTV). She then went on to earn credits on The Celebrity Apprentice, The Voice, X-Factor, Shark Tank, and the OWN NAACP Image Award-nominated documentary Light Girls and more.
In the digital realm, Johnson helped to launch YouTube channels, such as LIVES with Meredith Vieira and JAY Z's Life+Times, taking it from zero to more than 3 million subscribers and 3 billion views.
The CEO/Founder of amass digital, a digital advertising and marketing agency, she is a former Board Member of the Black PR Society of NY and currently a member of the Producers Guild of America, National Association of Television Production Executives, New York Women in Film and Television and Women in Philanthropy and Leadership.