Lynne d Johnson is a social and emerging media practitioner and thinker who’s worked with agencies, brands, organizations, and media companies on developing engaging content and community experiences for consumers on both online and mobile platforms. She’s worked with R/GA, the Advertising Research Foundation, Fast Company, Vibe, Spin, BlackPlanet, and many others in this capacity for over 11 years. Her current work focuses on developing social media strategies for brands, as well as helping them utilize social media as a consumer insights tool.
A widely published author and blogger, Lynne wrote the foreward for Tactical Transparency: How Leaders Can Leverage Social Media to Maximize Value and Build their Brand, by Shel Holtz and John C. Havens (Wiley, 2008) and was the technical editor for Google Voice For Dummies, by Bud E. Smith and Chris Dannen (For Dummies 2009). Since 2001 Lynne has published Lynne d Johnson || Diary (Music, Media, My Life), the winner of the 2006 Black Weblog Awards Black Blogger Achievement Award. She also currently blogs for Jack Myers MediaBizBloggers.
Lynne is an advisor for BlackWeb20.com, Interactive One, and Girls In Tech NYC. She is also a co-founder of the The New York Android Software Developers Meetup. Lynne holds a BA in Journalism, an advanced certificate in multicultural studies, and an MBA in Media Management.