Caroline E. Johnson
Carrie Johnson is a junior double majoring in Law & Society and the Public Policy of U.S. Underrepresented Groups. Johnson is interested in the expansion of the alternative energy industry as a way to create jobs on reservations and in rural America. She is president of Student Advocates for Native Communities, which raises awareness about issues facing Native communities, and advocates on behalf of Native people. Johnson is active in organizing alternative break trips and is the multicultural advisor for the student government. She is a Truman Scholarship Finalist and recently won a grant to study the academic achievement disparity between Native and non-Native students in Rapid City, South Dakota.