Alma Johnson is a recent graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD), with a bachelor of fine arts in architecture. Prior to graduating, she served as the chief of graphics for the Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Savannah Chapter. Before SCAD, she attended Ball State University in Indiana. Earlier, as a recipient of a PSI IOTA XI Scholarship, she served on the Cass County Revitalization Project where she helped curate murals and artwork for the city. A native of Walton, IN, Alma and her husband Riley, who’s a member of the U.S. Coast Guard, have two dogs named Molly and Shep. In her leisure time, she enjoys gardening, walking her dogs, and traveling.