Emily Eyring
Emily Eyring is an editor and product manager for DeseretNews.com. She is responsible for the content and presentation of the online Faith and Family sections. Prior to joining Deseret Digital Media, Emily worked as an intern for Bennett Communications where she wrote for Utah Valley Magazine, Utah Valley Bride and Utah Valley BusinessQ. Emily received a bachelorís degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism from Brigham Young University-Idaho. Emily spent three years in Tokyo, where she learned to love writing, photography and the Japanese culture.

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