SodexoMagic is a best-in-class food services and facilities management provider for corporations, healthcare facilities, K-12 schools and campuses, including many Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). A certified minority business enterprise (MBE), we are majority owned by Mr. Earvin “Magic” Johnson.

Meet our talented leadership team!

Charles E. Johnson

President, SodexoMagic


From his early career in international business at Inland in Chicago, to his current role leading SodexoMagic, a joint venture between Sodexo and Magic Johnson Enterprises (MJE) that he personally helped to create, Charles has consistently built businesses.  His vision for success coupled with his ability to develop relationships with a strong foundational understanding of his partners’ business models has allowed him to deliver win-win partnerships.


Since launching SodexoMagic in 2006, Charles played a vital role in making SodexoMagic the fastest growing majority minority-owned food and facility service company in the U.S. During Charles’ leadership at SodexoMagic, he developed strategic partnerships with some of the world’s largest corporations, healthcare systems, and educational school districts.


Prior to re-joining SodexoMagic, Charles ran Ideal Concepts Group, a consulting firm that helps clients in the areas of strategy, government relations and supplier diversity. Simultaneously, Charles also served as Vice President and Partner of F.H. Paschen in Chicago, a General Contractor and Construction Management firm with annual revenue of $800 million.


As a native of Chicago, IL who graduated from Tuskegee University, Charles believes that the foundation of a healthy community is economic empowerment. Today, he works with organizations to understand their business and its relation to the community. His challenge is always to develop a community benefits agreement that integrates public outreach with tested and proven business practices.


He supports his community by serving as a mentor to at risk youth through various organizations, both for- and non-profit.

Donna Ford

Vice President of Business Development and Account Management, SodexoMagic 


A management professional with more than 25 years’ experience in business development and management of facilities and client relationships, Donna is a strategic partner helping clients meet their long-term objectives. Previously, she held leadership roles with Johnson Controls in building efficiency, including vice president of business development and African American Affinity Network president. Donna’s memberships include the NCA&T Alumni Association-Atlanta Chapter (past president), past inaugural board member of Books for Africa and member of the Marietta-Roswell Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. She received her Bachelor of Arts from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. She has been honored by the 2004 Who’s Who of Black Atlanta; Women Looking Ahead Magazine’s Georgia’s 100 Most Powerful and Influential Women; and as a National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education Distinguished Alumni at the 31st National Conference on Blacks in Higher Education in 2006.

Robbi Stiell

Vice President, Business Development & Community Engagement


Robbi is an award-winning strategic sales leader with more than 30 years of experience across the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods, Adult Beverage and Beverage Gas industries. A proven Fortune 500 executive, she piloted and launched multiple sales platforms, solidifying her track record as a transformative thought leader, while streamlining operational processes. Robbi possesses a distinctive blend of national, international and entrepreneurial expertise in the foodservice, grocery, club, gaming and hospitality industries. She is also passionate about supporting Tier 2 suppliers, community development, food insecurity and homelessness. She was recently selected by the Columbia Business School to participate in a case study about her involvement with minority-owned Goodr’s corporate partnership expansion. She is also a sought-after DE&I and community development speaker, president of Marmol Investment Group and a member of CHIEF, a network for women executive leaders. She began her undergraduate studies at Xavier University, completing her B.S. in Marketing at the University of Alabama. Robbi previously served on Jack & Jill of America’s National Bylaws Committee, the Board of Directors for Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Orlando Chapter, and the Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida, Levy-Hughes Branch.

Kisha Williams

Senior Vice President, Marketing, SodexoMagic


With more than 20 years’ experience, Kisha is a seasoned leader who has grown billion-dollar marketing portfolios for companies like Coca-Cola, Kraft Foods and Procter & Gamble. As head of brand management for Buffalo Wild Wings, Kisha’s team reversed declining revenues and repositioned the brand. Her brand marketing and management skills are instrumental in delivering unprecedented growth for SodexoMagic. In her role, she develops innovative foodservice strategy and enhancements that provide high quality of life services to diverse communities. Kisha is also co-founder of the acclaimed My Black Is Beautiful brand, a community-first platform exploring bias and beauty standards. It has earned an Emmy for Best Commercial; the Grand Prix in Film at the Cannes Lions and keys to two cities. Kisha was also recognized with a Mosaic Award and a 2010 Multicultural Award of Excellence from the Association of National Advertisers and featured by Black Enterprise as one of 2011’s most powerful African Americans in marketing and advertising. She has an MBA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and a Bachelor of Science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. 

Stacey Wrazen

Chief Financial Officer, SodexoMagic


As a founding team member, Stacey helped grow SodexoMagic from start-up to $600 million, achieving a 5-year compound annual growth rate of 35% and 97% retention, utilizing portfolio management and developing value-add offerings to complement all business lines. Previously, she worked with Sodexo and global sports entertainment venues, where she built a deep strategic understanding of food and facilities management. Her strong business acumen allows her to partner with commercial and operations teams to understand the voice of the customer, market needs and economics to shape direction and improve financial performance. A lifelong learner, Stacey earned an MBA in Business and International Finance and attended The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She also received a certificate in executive leadership from Georgetown University.

G. Garvin

Chief Culinary Advisor, SodexoMagic


Gerry Garvin, aka G. Garvin, is an accomplished chef, cookbook author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and TV host, appearing on “Turn Up the Heat with G. Garvin” and the Cooking Channel’s “Georgia Roadtrip with G. Garvin.” Known for simplifying gourmet and Southern fare, his cookbooks include “Turn Up the Heat,” “Make it Super Simple with G. Garvin” and “Dining In.” Chef G.’s culinary journey began chopping vegetables with his single mom in the kitchen at Atlanta’s Jewish Home for the Aging. Later, he opened Ritz-Carlton’s Rancho Mirage resort in Palm Springs. He also apprenticed under Jean Pierre Maharebacha in Europe before serving as sous chef at Atlanta’s award-winning Veni, Vidi, Vici and executive chef at Morton’s and Reign. A childhood victim of domestic violence, Chef G. supports Second Harvest and the Jenesse Center in Los Angeles. He also runs a kids’ culinary boot camp through his One Bite at a Time Foundation. Other projects include lines of spices, barbecue sauces and vinaigrettes, and producing a show on conflict resolution through his One Bite Productions.