Name: Teri K. Johnson
Occupation: community outreach director, Health Services of North Texas
Birth date and place: July 21; Tacoma, Wash.
Family: husband, Darren, 42; daughter, Kaytlyn, 10; and son, Riley, 7
The one thing I enjoy most about my work is: Every day looks different — I love helping people.
My business philosophy is: Put others first and listen not just with my ears, but with my actions.
If I could, I’d be a: scrapbook/crafting store owner.
I’m so sick of: people being quick to judge others.
The four guests at my fantasy dinner party would be: Anne Frank, Rosa Parks, Mother Teresa and Susan B. Anthony.
My hobbies are: biking, scrapbooking, and playing games with the kids.
The last book I read was: the Bible.
I wish I knew how to: speak Spanish.
My worst habit is: snoozing in the morning.
Nobody knows I: went to Ginnings and Evers Park elementary schools.
The person I most admire is: my husband.
My guilty pleasure is: chocolate.
I drive a: 2012 Toyota Highlander.
I’d like to be driving a: 2013 Toyota Highlander.
My favorite restaurant is: Hannah’s.
I’m happiest when: my children are enjoying each other and we are all together.
I regret: not eating healthier in my 20s and 30s.
If I won the lottery, here’s what I’d do just for me: Build a crafting room overlooking a beautiful backyard pool. Travel!
If I could change one thing about Denton, it would be: I-35 congestion.
When I retire, I plan to: be more involved in local nonprofit organizations, travel and catch up on reading.
Community activities: volunteer, Communities in Schools of North Texas; board member, Pecan Creek Elementary PTA; member, The Village Church.