Dr. Dorothea JohnsonA pioneer with determination

Dr. Dorothea Johnson is the former Vice President for Health Affairs at AT&T. In that position, she was responsible for the health of over 300,000 employees and their families. She is chosen as a model for this book because she is a pioneer with vision and verve.

Dorothea was one of the first women to break the glass ceiling in a Fortune 50 firm. Instead of resting comfortably and seeking safety in her new position of status and power, Dorothea continually challenged senior management to create a healthier workplace.

Dorothea initiated the first culture-based health promotion program in the corporate world. Total Life Concept (TLC), the process she founded, extended the notion of risk factors to ...

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