Delia Johnson enthusiastically serves as a Member at Large on the Board of Directors for The Magdalen House. Delia’s grandmother struggled with alcoholism with no support systems or organizations available to her for rehabilitation or recovery.  Because of that, her premature passing has prompted Delia to become involved with an organization that helps women achieve sobriety with compassion, faith and hope.

Delia graduated from Texas State University with a B.F.A. in Advertising and Mass Communication with a Minor in Psychology. She started her career in Dallas at The Richards Group and continued her career working at Tracey Locke and DDB Needham.

Delia has been the Vice President of Programs for The David M. Crowley Foundation since July 2014 and has been a passionate and dedicated community philanthropist for 20 years. She is regularly involved in multiple charitable organizations including Genesis Women’s Shelter, Austin Street Center and National Charity League, to name a few. She is grateful for the many opportunities to collectively make a difference as a community and directly impact others’ lives.

Delia is a proud mother of three beautiful children: Travis, daughter-in-law Jackie, Wyatt and Harper.