Sandy Hild began her writing career as a staff assistant at Maryland Public Television (MPT) for 7 years. At the time, MPT was one of the top PBS stations in the nation and producing the #1 PBS program, Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser.
“I was very fortunate to work under the tutelage of Bob Harrison who recognized my abilities and allowed me to grow in my position. After many rewrites and editing, I graduated from the School of Hardknocks. I am deeply indebited to Bob and all my coworkers at MPT for their guidance in helping me become what I am today.”
“I hope all my clients can have the same opportunity to work in an environment that fosters change through guidance and leadership. It was a fun place to work and many staff members became like family to me.”
Some Accolades Include:
Editing on-air scripts for membership drives (fundraising events)
Writing and distributing press releases for locally produced programs
Writing as an assistant editor for a two-page newsletter included in the Program Guide distributed to 26,000 members
Creating and writing the first in-house newsletter