Monday, July 2, 2012
PJ Johnson was recently named one of the Top 100 New Agents for State Farm. This award recognizes the top 100 new agents out a pool of over 1,300 new agents across the nation. Johnson and her team opened their new agency August 2011 and provide insurance and financial services to residents in the Tri-county area.
Johnson’s office is located at 2138 Ashley Phosphate Road, Suite 101 in North Charleston, and she can be reached by phone at 843-553-7272 or via email at email@example.com.
PJ Johnson is a native of Augusta, GA, but has been a resident in the Charleston community since 1977. Ms. Johnson has a lengthy healthcare background in this community and served in various executive roles over her career. She is also known for her active community service. She serves on a number of community Boards including The Chamber (Summerville/Dorchester County), Rotary, YMCA, MUSC College of Allied Health Professionals Advisory Council, Charleston Air Force Base Honorary Commanders Council and the Charleston Southern University Board of Visitors.
“State Farm was natural fit for me as I pursued a second career path,” said Johnson. “My background has always been about helping people and providing personalized services and attention in the healthcare arena. State Farm is a company that I am proud to join and extend those same behaviors, services and products to my neighbors, friends and colleagues.”
Johnson holds a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Medical College of Georgia and a Masters in Nursing Administration from MUSC. She is licensed in all property and casualty, life, accident and health insurance products and is a Registered Representative for financial services and products.
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