Teresa Wren Johnston, MA, LPC, MAC
Executive Director & Assistant Dean
Teresa Wren Johnston is the founding Director of Kennesaw State University’s Center for Young Adult Addiction and Recovery in Kennesaw, GA. She holds an academic appointment through the Psychology Department as adjunct faculty. Ms. Johnston is a licensed professional counselor in the State of Georgia specializing in Substance Use Disorders, addiction education, intervention, and recovery.
Ms. Johnston is the founding President of the Association of Recovery in Higher Education. As the State Coordinator for the Georgia Network, a statewide organization that Addresses Collegiate Alcohol & Other Drug Issues she proactively addresses the issues of alcohol and other drugs in order to promote healthy campus environments.
Ms. Johnston has over twenty years’ in the private sector as a corporate executive specializing in corporate administration, strategic planning and implementation, change and project management consulting.
She lectures and advocates nationally for Collegiate Recovery Communities, Young Adult Addiction and Recovery and other topics related to young adult addiction.
Office: (470) 578-2539