Head of Global Social Business Enablement,
Lauren Friedman is the head of Global Social Business Enablement at Adobe.
She's a social marketing authority, with extensive experience working with brands to create their social personas, nurture their Facebook and Twitter communities and curate their social conversations.
She is currently working across Adobe functions to enable all employees... more
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