Clinton Johnson

Clinton Johnson helps organizations create geospatial strategies for equitable outcomes. He takes an empathic approach to technology that begins with understanding real-world challenges faced by diverse communities and finding creative ways to implement practical solutions. Clinton leads Esri's Racial Equity team. He also founded and leads NorthStar, an employee community focused on increasing representation, inclusion and belonging for people of African descent in GIS. He is also an advocate for belonging and equity for people from underrepresented groups in GIS and STEM more broadly.

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How Business Leaders Can Follow Through on Racial Equity Commitments

As businesses pledge to address racial injustice, location intelligence points execs toward racial equity goals in the company and the community.

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California’s Water Crisis Hits Farmworkers Hardest, Maps Call Attention

Tulare County, California, used GIS to understand who lives without drinkable water, addressing infrastructure inequities.

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Hiring for Equity and Inclusion during a Pandemic

Managing operations during COVID-19 has required location intelligence. So, too, will hiring a more inclusive workforce.

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Applying Location Intelligence to Address Racial Inequity

Location intelligence provides insight into patterns of inequality and connects communities around a common understanding to drive change.

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