About Nasreen Johnson

Nasreen Johnson has been a resident of Fresno County for over 30 years and has chosen Northwest Fresno as her home for over 20 years. Johnson graduated from Hoover High School and she went on to attend Fresno City College to earn an AA degree in Liberal Arts. Johnson started a small business but later resumed her education, graduating from Fresno Pacific University Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s in Business Management, and earned a Master’s in Global Business. 


Johnson has been a marketing and communication professional for 18 years working as a small business owner, and working in the agricultural and non-profit industries. Johnson and her husband are raising two children and three rescue dogs.


Johnson is an avid community volunteer and has worked to improve her community in a myriad  of ways. She is previous board member of Friends of the Fresno County Library, founding board member of Tagua, and received the John Valentino award from Tree Fresno for her work in building the fully accessible garden for special needs students.

Focus for our community

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY

I have spent my life in the private sector where efficiency and results matter. As Supervisor I will work to ensure that every penny is spent efficiently and that strong work ethic is brought to government.

PUBLIC SAFETY

Over the last few years we have seen burglaries and car thefts sky rocket in north Fresno. As Supervisor I will work with the Sheriff and District Attorney to ensure they have the resources they need to hold

criminals accountable, and in finding real solutions to crime.

SENIORS

It is important that our seniors, who have given so much to our community, are protected. That is why I am a staunch supporter of Proposition 13, ensuring our seniors are not taxed out of their homes.

HELPING THOSE IN NEED

As Supervisor I will work to bring needed resources to the homeless, abused women, and children, by promoting greater efficiency, promoting more public private partnerships, and capturing more grant

money. The County can better serve those in need without raising taxes.