New Jersey-based writer Sandy Sampson is an award-winning computer industry analyst,
entrepreneur, published author, and former senior editor and
managing analyst at McGraw-Hill. With degrees in English, business,
and computer science, and studies in sociology and the arts, Sandy
brings a broad perspective to InfoSpin® projects.
Whether your medium is print or electronic, your scope a single
page or a complete book, or your audience one or many, Sandy
can help you find the right words and approach to conveying your
Sandy's gift for simplifying the complex is reflected in the wide
range of topics on which she has written -- software, business
intelligence, disaster recovery, fault-tolerant computing,
renewable energy, and many other business and industry topics.
Her employer and InfoSpin customer list includes Akoya, Business
Objects, CA, EMA, Gartner, GE, John Wiley & Sons, McGraw-Hill, and
SAP, among others.
Business and Publishing History
Prior to founding InfoSpin, Sandy held management and technical
roles at General Electric's Government Electronic Systems Aerospace
Division (now Lockheed-Martin) and McGraw-Hill's Datapro Information
Services Group (now part of Gartner).
While at McGraw-Hill, Sandy mentored writers and analysts, wrote and
edited content, and managed product direction. Sandy won McGraw-Hill's
prestigious corporate award for Distinguished Achievement in
New Product Development for her role in developing the
company's Client/Server Analyst product.
Sandy authored Unicenter TNG For Dummies, a technical book about
CA's widely used systems management software. She co-wrote a mini "For Dummies" book on fault-tolerant
computing. Her writing has been published in magazines, newspapers, and technical journals, as well as in proprietary publications.
Sandy's latest venture is Bold and Brave Publishing™, a division of InfoSpin®. The firm will offer titles in a variety of genres,
including fiction and nonfiction (history, cooking, and education).
Sandy can be reached at email@example.com or (856) 797-8783.
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