Tri-Cities Pregnancy Center
Zsa Zsa is a native of Roanoke, Virginia and now resides in Dinwiddie, County. She graduated from William Fleming Sr. High and matriculated at Virginia State University where she graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Administrative Systems Management/Business Administration.
She is an active member and leader at The Rock Church of Petersburg for about 33 years. She is divorced and has two adult children.
Zsa Zsa Johnson is employed with the Pregnancy Support Center of the Tri-Cities and currently holds the position of Executive Director. The Pregnancy Support Center is a non-profit 501 C-3 volunteer supported ministry called to affirm the sanctity of human life by offering free and confidential services to women and families in pregnancy related crisis.
As part of her position at the Pregnancy Support Center she is involved in the community as a public speaker bringing a message on abortion issues and sexual integrity to Churches, youth groups and in some school events. She facilitates post abortion bible studies and serves on the advisory board for the Hopewell Head Start at the Woodlawn Learning Center. She has served on other community boards such as the Self Sufficiency Program once associated with the Petersburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority
and the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Task Force located in Petersburg, VA.
She lobbied with the Virginia Society of Human Life for the passing of the "Informed Consent Bill." I had the privilege of sharing my personal testimony before the State Senate Committee at the Richmond, Virginia General Assembly.
I am a firm believer in the fact that if we know God's truth on a matter and its purpose that it is likely that we will not abuse it.