Founder & Chief Visionary Officer, The Black Business Initiative
Jice Johnson is an established Businesswoman, US Army Veteran, Motivator, and Community Advocate, adept with the sense of developing and strengthening the economic base of the Black community. Currently based in Denver, Colorado, she is the founder and Chief Visionary Officer of The Black Business Initiative, - a social enterprise that is leading an Economic Revolution by creating a vibrant community of Black entrepreneurs, professionals, and leaders for individual and collective agency. An institution builder and economic developer, Jice is driven to implement system-shattering, transformational change.
The multi-award winner has a growing collection of awards on her shelf. This includes The Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado Leadership and Legacy Award (2019), Denver Business Journal Top 40 Under 40 Award (2019), Awardee of the Denver Urban Spectrum African Americans Who Make A Difference Award (2018), Awardee of the Colorado Black Women for Political Action Emerging Leader Award (2018). Jice is sought after by both individuals and organizations for her expertise and no-nonsense approach to racial and economic equity. She has been featured in several sold-out events, Magazines, and News. Notable among them is her feature in Denver Business Journal exploring the role of business in racial equity (June 9, 2020).