Gregory Johnson is a JSK Community Impact Fellow and spearheads digital transformation for public, private and community sectors through his work as founder of the nonprofit Code for South Florida. As part of his work, he organizes open-source projects for modernizing local government and nonprofits. Before his JSK Community Impact Fellowship, he also worked at Microsoft in the Miami TechSpark program, where he led the civic innovation and technology project. He has more than eight years of experience in helping organizations achieve better digital service experience with cloud computing, agile methodologies, and human-centered design. In 2012, he was the youngest team leader for the Obama campaign in Florida, where he focused on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act advocacy. In 2013, he joined a healthcare technology accelerator as an entrepreneur-in-residence supporting investment in early-stage startups. Johnson later worked for two venture-backed health technology startups that had successful exits. After the second exit, Johnson started a nonprofit regional effort to modernize government and founded a cloud consulting business to serve clients in Florida. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Florida International University and is a first-generation American and college graduate.