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Straight from CSMNY: Johnson & Johnson on social media

For the next several weeks, we’re rolling out interviews from CSMNY with social media professionals from some of today’s biggest brands.

Today, we’re sharing our next interview with Devon Eyer from Johnson & Johnson, where she’s the director of corporate communications for social media. In the interview, Devon shares her opinions on the conference’s best presentations, what brought her to this year’s CSMNY, and why she thinks collaboration between social media experts across different industries is important.

Stay tuned for our next interview from CSMNY, where we dive into the education sector to find out how universities like Carnegie Melon are using social media. Thanks for taking the time to speak with us, Devon!

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