Journey of a Journalist | Jane Clayson Johnson
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We were extremely honored to be able to interview Jane Clayson Johnson.
Jane is an award-winning journalist widely known for her work at CBS News, ABC News, and on the nationally syndicated NPR program, On Point. For more than two decades she traveled the world, covering domestic and international stories and interviewing the biggest newsmakers of the day.
At CBS News, Jane was co-anchor of The Early Show, a regular correspondent for 48 Hours, and an investigative reporter for “Eye on America” segments for the CBS Evening News.
At ABC News, Jane reported for World News Tonight with Peter Jennings and Good Morning, America.
Jane began her broadcast news career as an anchor and reporter with KSL-TV in Salt Lake City, Utah. At KSL, she earned the coveted Edward R. Murrow Award for the station and was honored with an Emmy award. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Jane is the best-selling author of I am a Mother, which chronicles her decision to leave the world of network news to have a family. She is also the author of Silent Souls Weeping where she talks openly about her own experience with clinical depression and goes on to share stories gathered from interviews with more than 150 men, women, and teens who have suffered from depression.
Jane and her husband, Mark, live in Boston. They are the parents of five children.
In this episode we talk about all of this and MORE! We love her willingness to shed light on the topic of depression. The strong power of story telling changes lives. Jane also had a very meaningful impact on Alexis in her personal life.
You can find more about Jane and order her books HERE
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