Emily C. Johnson

Deputy Editor at Thrive Global

http://www.thriveglobal.com
Emily is the Deputy Director of Editorial Content at Thrive Global. She joins Thrive after working at Columbia University. Previously, she was a Senior Editor at Cosmopolitan, and held editorial roles at Fit Pregnancy, Natural Health, and the Bauer Teen Group. Her writing has appeared in Cosmopolitan, J-14, Parents, Men's Health, and other publications. A lifelong New Yorker, Emily graduated from Columbia with a BA in English.
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Microstep Month//

I Made One Meeting Each Day a Walking Meeting for 32 Days and Here’s What Happened

by Emily C. Johnson
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Wisdom//

11 Things I Learned From Attending Michelle Obama’s Book Tour

by Emily C. Johnson
What We Wear to Work//

5 People Who Wear a Uniform to Work Share How it Makes Them Feel

by Emily C. Johnson
Wisdom//

An Intimate Look Inside Robin Williams’ Private Life

by Emily C. Johnson
Purpose//

The One Thing Millennials Would Take a Pay Cut for

by Emily C. Johnson
Work Smarter//

Meet the First Female Candidate to Get FEC Funding for Childcare

by Emily C. Johnson
Wisdom//

Sheryl Sandberg at MIT: “Technology Needs a Human Heartbeat”

by Emily C. Johnson
Well-Being//

What to Say to a Friend With Depression

by Emily C. Johnson
Wisdom//

Why Simon Cowell Hasn’t Used His Phone in Ten Months

by Emily C. Johnson
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Well-Being//

A.D.H.D. Overdoses Are on the Rise. Why?

by Emily C. Johnson
Well Yes You Can//

Chelsea Handler Is Ready for an Adult Relationship

by Lorenza Brascia Ingram, Emily C. Johnson
Thrive Takes//

Thrive Takes: Billboard Music Awards 2018

by Emily C. Johnson
Wisdom//

The Best Life Advice from 2018 Commencement Speeches

by Emily C. Johnson
Oprah Winfrey at USC Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism
Wisdom//

8 Amazing Life Lessons from Oprah Winfrey

by Alexandra Hayes, Emily C. Johnson

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