Erin-Elizabeth Johnson

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Director, Research Editorial and Production
Off Site Office

Education

M.A. in security studies, Georgetown University; B.A. in comparative literature, Yale University

Overview

Erin-Elizabeth Johnson is director, Research Editorial and Production, at the RAND Corporation. She has more than 20 years of communications experience in a variety of fields, including defense and military affairs, international development and security, health, and education.

Before joining RAND, Johnson was an associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, where she led business development for a foreign affairs department and managed projects funded by the Navy. As a consultant, she worked closely with the Marine Corps to develop the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate's first investment plan and with the Navy to define the Sea Shaping pillar.

Johnson holds an M.A. in security studies from Georgetown University and a B.A. in comparative literature from Yale University. Her master's thesis was on Chechen small arms and light weapons. In 2013, she completed a professional certificate program in graphic design.

Selected Publications

Isaac R. Porche III, Bradley Wilson, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, "How Do We Deal with a Flood of Data?" Future Force, 1(2), 2014

Isaac R. Porche III, Bradley Wilson, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, Shane Tierney, Evan Saltzman, Data Flood: Helping the Navy Address the Rising Tide of Sensor Information, RAND Corporation (RR-315), 2014

Lindsay Daugherty, Rafiq Dossani, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, Cameron Wright, Families, Powered On: Improving Family Engagement in Early Childhood Education Through Technology, RAND Corporation (RR-673/5), 2014

Lindsay Daugherty, Rafiq Dossani, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, Cameron Wright, Getting Early Childhood Educators Up and Running: Creating Strong Technology Curators, Facilitators, Guides, and Users, RAND Corporation (RR-673/4), 2014

Lindsay Daugherty, Rafiq Dossani, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, Cameron Wright, Getting on the Same Page: Identifying Goals for Technology Use in Early Childhood Education, RAND Corporations (RR-673/1), 2014

Lindsay Daugherty, Rafiq Dossani, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, Cameron Wright, Moving Beyond Screen Time: Redefining Developmentally Appropriate Technology Use in Early Childhood Education, RAND Corporation (RR-673/2), 2014

Lindsay Daugherty, Rafiq Dossani, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, Mustafa Oguz, Using Early Childhood Education to Bridge the Digital Divide, RAND Corporation (PE-119), 2014

Howard J. Shatz, Erin-Elizabeth Johnson, The Islamic State We Knew: Insights Before the Resurgence and Their Implications, RAND Corporation (RR-1267), 2015

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