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Adrienne Lavidor-Berman

2016 Speaker

ADRIENNE LAVIDOR-BERMAN has been building online communities for over 15 years. Currently she works at, Boston’s NPR news station, on a variety of digital initiatives. From biotech startups to manufacturers, Lavidor-Berman has helped a broad array of companies and individuals set their overall social media strategies. She spent the bulk of her career at The Boston Globe and, where she was the organization’s first social media editor and was part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team for coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings. She started her career at, where she helped launch one of the first websites aimed at politically-active women. Lavidor-Berman graduated from Barnard College. @adriennelb