Vivian was a longtime resident of Liberty/ Dayton Texas where she grew up and attended school. Since the late 8o’s she has moved on. Vivian Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Education from Texas Southern University in 1987. Afterward, she attended graduate school at Stephen F Austin where she received a Master’s in Secondary Education. Vivian has received several other master’s degree; in Application Technology from North Texas State in 2002. and is certified in various other educational fields. Since that time Vivian has used her gifts to give back to her community and hometown. Vivian is the owner of her own consulting firm known as JAVACCS (Johnson and Vivian Alford Computer Consultant Services). Vivian is also the founder and CEO of her own on-line school; Johnson Elementary and Vivian’s Digital Learning Academy, LLC. Vivian has been very successful in establishing an on-line school that is geared toward helping those with alternated learning styles and abilities. She also extends her school to those who have been accused of minor offenses, and are seeking an accredited High School Diploma. Vivian since retiring in 2005, Vivian servers as prescient chair for her prescient 0083; Vivian serves as a democratic volunteer registrar for her prescient as well. Vivian is an active member in her church singing in the choir at The Luke Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Timothy W. Sloan in Humble TX. Vivian spends most of her time now volunteer in the community in which she lives in and surrounding counties (Harris, and Liberty). Vivian’s consultant company has been a winning tool in recognizing those who have contributed to our society. (to name a few, Bennie Eugene A Prater, Louis Pruitt, Ms. Aretha Franklin, Mr. John Louis, Curtis Johnson Jr and Sir, Isaac Lee Love, and recently Ms. Dolly Taylor. Vivian spends most of her time now researching and offer solutions and results to communities, schools and church. Therefore, it gives us great pleasure to acknowledge her as a well-rounded successful educated woman for March Women History Month.