Constance Filley Johnson:
Constance Filley Johnson began practicing law in 2006 after a decade long career in the field of education. Constance was a classroom teacher in Victoria from 1993 through 1997. She then worked at the Region III Educational Service Center where she coordinated Safe and Drug Free Schools programs in forty school districts throughout South Texas. In this capacity, she trained thousands of area educators in topics such as substance abuse recognition and prevention, conflict resolution, and gang prevention. In addition, she was instrumental in the implementation of numerous programs for area youth regarding topics such as peer mediation and Peer Assisted Leadership.

Upon graduating from law school with honors in 2005, Constance returned home to Victoria where she quickly established herself as a leader in the local legal community. She served as President of the Victoria County Bar Association in 2008 and was a founding member of the Victoria County D.W.I. Court, an intensive program which works closely with repeat D.W.I. offenders to address the underlying causes of their behavior. She also serves on the District 11 Grievance Committee of the State Bar of Texas which seeks to maintain the integrity of the legal profession by reviewing complaints against attorneys. Mrs. Johnson remains involved in education by serving as an adjunct professor at the Victoria College, and as a member of the Victoria College Police Academy Advisory Board.

Constance is also on the Executive Board of Directors of the Victoria Main Street Program and is active volunteer in the Victoria County 4-H program.