Felicity Lindsay Johnson is the author of The Black Prince of Grant’s Town: The Life of a Bahamian Hero.
Johnson graduated from McMaster University, Ontario, Canada in 1972 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree Majoring in English Literature and also obtained her teaching certification from the University of the West Indies and a Master of Arts from the University of Miami. She joined the teaching profession at The Government High School and later joined the faculty at the College of the Bahamas (now University of the Bahamas).
In 1984 she took up the study of law and articled in the Chambers of Sir Kendal Isaacs, QC. She was called to the Bahamas Bar in January 1988 and practiced in private chambers for 10 years before joining the then Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation as in-house Legal Counsel. She participated as a member of all government appointed committees during the lengthy privatization process and also developed expertise in regulatory telecommunications law. She retired from BTC in 2013 and, in 2015 joined Cable Bahamas Ltd. as General Counsel for both Rev and the country’s second cellular licensee Aliv.
In 2017 she was the recipient of the Women of Distinction Global Leadership Award in Telecommunications. She is a member of the Bahamas Bar Association, the Bahamas National Trust and the Historical Society. She has written several articles on contemporary topics which have been published in the local media.