Previous University of Texas volleyball extraordinary Juliann (Faucette) Johnson has been employed by St. Stephen’s Episcopal School to fill in as the program administrator for young ladies’ volleyball and head varsity mentor
Johnson will start training at the West Austin tuition based school in August. She will likewise fill in as the games data chief, and variety, value and incorporation group captain.
During her time at Texas, Johnson was a three-time All American and the 2010 Big 12 Conference player of the year. She was enlisted into the Hall of Honor and stands apart as one of the best volleyball players to get through the Texas program. The San Diego local graduated with a four year college education in interchanges in 2011.
All through the previous 10 years, Johnson has ventured to the far corners of the planet playing proficient volleyball in Italy, China, France and Japan. She additionally played for the USA National Team and took part in a few global competitions. Off the court, Johnson is a set up artist lyricist who delivered the collection “Complete” in 2017.
“I’m genuinely respected to have been given this situation at a particularly lofty school in Austin,” Johnson said in a public statement. “I have for a long while been itching to return to where my profession all began.
“What I’m generally anticipating is being in the DEI initiative group. I’m enthusiastic about friendly equity and equivalent rights for all. It’s something we examine each day in my own home and something I’m amped up for chipping away at St. Stephen’s. The school’s obligation to value and consideration was a gigantic draw for me.”
Texas volleyball trainer Jerritt Elliot, who instructed Johnson in school, is energized that Johnson is getting back to Austin.
“This is a homer recruit by St. Stephen’s,” Elliot said in the public statement. “Juliann has consistently played with enthusiasm and been an extraordinary pioneer. She has played at the university and expert levels and with our public group at the most significant level. She currently brings her authority, drive and experience to the up and coming age of volleyball players. She will be a great good example for these youthful players.”
St. Stephen’s athletic chief Jon McCain concurred with Elliot’s evaluation.
“Juliann clearly has the volleyball foundation needed to show the game and lead a program, yet it is her individual character that I am so amped up for,” McCain said. “She is enthusiastic about our guiding principle as a school and will have a quick effect on our generally speaking athletic program.”