GNAA’s Johnson tapped for NAA Leadership Lyceum


Greater Nashville Apartment Association President Ginny Johnson has been selected as one of 34 individuals nationally to participate in this year’s NAA Leadership Lyceum.

Participants will gain a diverse and well-rounded perspective from their 2024 classmates that helps create more inclusive working environments throughout the industry. In addition to earning eight CECs and participating on a local or national committee, participants get the chance to show off their new knowledge and skills at three concurrent sessions held during NAA’s Advocate, Apartmentalize and Assembly of Delegates.

"Being selected for the 2024 cohort of the NAA Leadership Lyceum is an honor and a privilege. I am thrilled for the opportunity to gain invaluable insights and skills that will undoubtedly elevate my leadership abilities,” Johnson said. “My goal is to harness this knowledge to further enhance GNAA, ensuring we continue to set industry standards and provide unparalleled service to our members and the community.”

Johnson has served as president of GNAA since April 2023 and has worked for the association for nine years, where she joined the association as the membership coordinator and was then promoted to education and events director in 2017.

She has been instrumental in growing the GNAA membership and was recognized in 2015 for growing the number of units represented by GNAA members to more than 100,000 with the Chairman’s Award. Johnson received her second Chairman’s Award in 2022 for her outstanding achievement in the area of member education.

She also developed GNAA’s annual women’s conference and pushed GNAA to be active in career fairs at local schools to educate young people about job opportunities in the multi-family housing industry.


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