About John Lamb

John is an award-winning Communication and Public Relations professional, with experience in healthcare, banking, and retail industries. A former broadcast journalist and photographer, he rarely goes anywhere without a camera or iPhone, and particularly enjoys photographing urban scenes and people.

At Fenway Park's "Fisk Pole."

At Fenway Park’s “Fisk Pole.”

Born and raised in coastal Maine, John graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a B.A. in Communications, and earned his Masters in Mass Communications/Media Management at Emerson College in Boston.

A past president of the Maine Public Relations Council, John received the organization’s highest honor, the Edwin L. Bernays Award, in 2016. He was also recognized with MPRC’s President’s Award in 2004 and 2008.

The majority of his career, to date, was spent at L.L.Bean. You’ll likely notice Bean’s influence in John’s blogs, particularly in the areas of customer service and respect for coworkers.

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  1. #1 by Sally Trussell on January 17, 2013 - 9:35 am

    Hi John,
    Thank you so much for your blogs! They are very inspiring!
    Sally Trussell

  2. #2 by Claire Anton on January 1, 2021 - 3:10 pm

    Gee, Jonn, I didn’t know you were so smart! Nowhere in the article above did it mention your talent for turning everything upside down in people’s offices while they were out: e.g. chairs, keyboards, etc.

    • #3 by johnlamb1 on January 1, 2021 - 4:33 pm

      Thank you, Claire. That will be in a future blog. Hope you are well.

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