Cynthia Ann Johnson
|Cynthia Ann Johnson|
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|Michigan House of Representatives District 5|
|High school||Cody High School|
|Bachelor's||Walsh College-Troy (1992)|
|Date of birth||August 19, 1958|
|Place of birth||Detroit, Michigan|
Johnson was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, the oldest of four siblings. She graduated from Cody High School in 1976, one year after getting married to Wallace F. Hoskins, Jr. She became a certified paralegal at the American Institute for Paralegal Studies before going on to receive her associate degree in arts from Wayne County Community College and her bachelor's degree in business management from Walsh College in Troy. After earning her business degree, she began working as a Corrections Officer for the Michigan Department of Corrections. She remained in this position for three years, after which she transitioned to the field of parole and probation. Johnson's resume also includes working as a Bill Collector for Credit Acceptance Corporation, and Crisis Intervention Advocate for Detroit and Inkster Public Schools.
Ann Johnson ran in the 2012 election for Michigan House of Representatives District 5. She ran against Renard Berry, Fred Durhal, Jr., Tonya Renay Wells, Mark Murphy, Jr., and Nathaniel Nathan in the Democratic primary on August 7.
Johnson is married with three children, Wallace, Tyhecia and Henry.
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