Jack Johnson grew up in a small town, raised to understand the importance of family and the honor found in a hard day’s work; to preserve, protect and respect our freedoms, both for ourselves and others; and to take pride in a community that remembers its past, works in the present and focuses on the future.
Jack Johnson has proudly called middle Tennessee “home” since graduating from Texas State University with a degree in education.
Jack Johnson and his wife Deanna, the Circuit Court Judge for the 21st Judicial District, are raising their three children in Franklin, where they attend Grace Chapel Church. Jack and Deanna met over 20 years ago at a Young Republican function, sharing the same conservative values and the same dream of a future filled with faith and family.
Jack Johnson has over 20 years of hands-on experience in the financial industry, beginning his career with Third National Bank (now SunTrust) as well as working in the asset management division of Pinnacle Financial Partners. In late 2015, Jack began work for an internet start-up company based in Brentwood called Takl. Billed as the “Uber for odd jobs,” Takl is an on-demand mobile platform that connects self-employed providers with users who need chores and small jobs completed. The app launched first in Nashville in the summer of 2016 and will soon be available to consumers across the entire country. Jack serves at the Vice President of Public Affairs for the company.
As our State Senator, Jack Johnson proudly represents the 23rd District which includes all of Williamson County. When the day’s work is done, Jack enjoys spending time with his family, playing guitar, and piloting private aircraft.