With the core belief that each child has unique abilities and gifts to share with the world, Micah’s Voice provides hope and inspiration to families dealing with a diagnosis of autism. Through programs that provide education, awareness, support and financial assistance for those in greatest need, Micah’s Voice empowers families and gives a voice to these special children, so that they can enjoy the best quality of life possible.
We are learning how to live hopeful and happy lives one day at a time. Our goal is to help as many families live with that same purpose. We hope you will share your voice and smile along with us.
Micah’s Voice, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established by Shawn (Boyz II Men) and Sharhonda Stockman to help provide community, hope and financial resources for families affected by autism.
Although research is very important, Micah’s Voice is focused on the present situation and has a deep concern for families dealing with autism. One of the Stockman’s twin sons, Micah, was diagnosed with autism at an early age and they realize the financial burden families are experiencing. Micah’s Voice is looking to help support these families.
Belma Michael Johnson is Executive Director of Micah’s Voice, the non-profit founded by Sharhonda and Shawn Stockman (Boyz II Men) to serve the needs of families living with autism. As a philanthropic adviser, Mr. Johnson’s client list has included NBA legend Chris Paul, Brotherhood Crusade Chairman Danny Bakewell, major-league baseball legend Clayton Kershaw, entertainer Nick Cannon, and the Los Angeles Unified School District. He has also worked on philanthropic projects with Mariah Carey, Dwayne Wade, will.i.am, Nigel Lythgoe, DJ Khaled, Common and Patti LaBelle.
Before establishing his consultancy, Mr. Johnson served as Vice President, Development & Communications, for LA’S BEST Afterschool Program, a community organization based in the Office of the Mayor for the City of Los Angeles since 1988. He served both the Villaraigosa and Garcetti Administrations. He maintains close relationships with the Office of the Mayor and the 15 City Council Districts that govern Los Angeles. He also served as the program’s lead staff liaison to the California Legislature and Governor’s Office and he represented the program in its lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill.