Linda M Johnson
Linda is the President and founder of Voices For Change. She was born in Easton, PA. She is the proud mother of two children; Christopher and Joseph, grandson Cayden Anthony and the wife of Robert D Johnson. She has been employed by PNC Bank since 1998, where she is a branch manager. Linda founded this non-profit to make changes around the treatment of addiction, as she fights for her son and all those who suffer. Linda is an active member of Nar-anon family support groups and she sits on the Northampton County Drug and Alcohol advisory board. Linda also sits on the school board for Kolbe Academy, a recovery high school in Bethlehem. Linda is an active member of the Easton Opioid Awareness Task Force. You can always find Linda speaking at local events and community forums, or just helping a struggling family.
Robert D Johnson
Robert is the Vice President of Voices For Change. He was born in Chicago, IL. Robert is the proud step-father of two sons; Christopher and Joseph, grandson Cayden Anthony and the husband of Linda M Johnson. Robert works in retail management. He is passionate and devoted to this cause and making changes around the treatment of addiction as he watched this disease almost destroy his wife and their family. Robert is an active member of the Nar-anon family support groups. Robert is also an active member of the Easton Opioid Awareness Task Force. Robert supports his wife Linda at community events and forums. Robert is an avid golfer and has been playing golf since he was 7 years old and can be found at the local golf courses in the Lehigh Valley.
Judith A Blasco
Judy is the Secretary of Voices For Change. She was born in Easton, PA. She is the proud parent of a daughter, Elizabeth. Judy has been employed at St. Luke's Family Practice since 1999, and is the owner of Judy’s Lemon Grass Spa. Judy suffers from the disease of MS, and is passionate about the products she sells at Lemon Grass Spa as they are all natural and help her take care of her MS. Judy is very passionate about this cause from experiencing addiction as she watched the affects it had on her nephew and her family. Judy supports her sister Linda in the community at forums and events; you can always find her in the front row cheering her on. Judy loves cats, gardening and enjoying time with her family.