Rene’ Johnson, the Power Zone Coach, is the founder and CEO of Power Zone Coaching. Rene’ partners with passionate, purpose-driven small business leaders, providing personal and professional development so they may become leaders in their lives and business. Rene’ is a certified empowerment coach with over twenty years of consulting, training and leadership coaching experience.
In addition, she is a sought after inspirational presenter and keynote speaker for organizations such as the Utah Banker’s Association, American Express Women in Business Conference, University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business and the California State Capitol. She is the author of “Leaving Your Comfort Zone: How to Lead Your Life from the Power Zone” as well as an international continuing education course author for the American Dental Association.
Rene’ served as the 2011-2014 President-Elect and President for the Utah National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). Rene’ feels blessed to have the opportunity to serve women owned businesses through this and other volunteer positions. Rene’ is also the Director of Organization for SHEROES United, and head of the Domestic Violence Pillar, an organization recognizing women that have overcome tremendous obstacles, while providing a safe place to share their stories, connect resources and to eventually become a SHERO in their own lives and the communities they serve in.
Rene’ was recognized as a 2014 Woman Business Owner nominee and in 2012 E-50 nominee, which is an award recognizing 50 people who are a driving force in improving Utah’s future. With recent expansion into Arizona, her mission is to support business leaders across the United States so that they may find their voice, their value and be inspired to direct change in their own lives and then powerfully influence those they lead and the communities they serve in. In Rene’s rare spare time, she loves to attend outdoor concerts, quality time with her friends, visiting her 2 girls and the grandmother to 5 adorable grandkids in her home state of California.