Director of Public Relations and Marketing, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Stephanie Desmon has been director of public relations and marketing for the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs since June 2017. In this role, she oversees all aspects of communications for the center, including the website, social media, marketing materials and media relations. Stephanie, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, spent the first 15 years of her career as a newspaper reporter, winning a number of national awards in various positions at the Baltimore Sun, the Palm Beach Post, the Florida Times-Union and the Birmingham Post-Herald.
A new study by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs finds that storytelling initiatives can motivate and create community and opportunity among young people working in family planning.
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