The AndaPR blog is an avenue for perspectives (aka commentaries) from Sherbeam Wright, founder of AndaCommunications. Here is where public relations and integrated communications meet the tech tools and new media channels that make life interesting.

SherbeamWrightAbout Sherbeam Wright, LEED AP
I’ve pretty much dedicated my entire career to integrated communications, spanning public relations, new media and corporate communications. Over the years, I’ve developed and driven communications programs and supported the sales efforts of market-leading high tech companies such as Cable & Wireless, Exodus Communications and GlobalCenter, a Global Crossing company.

Most recently, I’d have to say my focus has been on providing personalized services to SMBs, start-ups and professional services firms, and exploring cleantech, green tech and the world of sustainability.

I can also be found at:

BehindtheGreenScene

On Twitter:

@AndaPR

@BGreenScene

www.linkedin.com/in/sherbeam

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11 Responses to “About Sherbeam Wright”

  1. Karrine Says:

    Hello,

    I was by your website this evening and thought I’d invite you post your blog at Her Blog Directory.

    Our goal is to be the largest directory of female blog writers by June and we’d love to share your blog with others.

    If you have any questions feel free to contact us.

    Best wishes,
    Kay
    http://www.herblogdirectory.com


  2. Hello:

    My name is Carl Williams from OdinJobs.com, a career enhancement portal for IT professionals. We need your help and opinion for an upcoming blog entry at http://www.odinjobs.com/blogs/careers that discusses women in the IT profession.

    Your blog, ttp://andapr.wordpress.com, is a great blog and your views & opinions will be of great value to our readers (IT pros), some of them unaware of the issues facing women in IT.

    Having you as part of this article will be an honor and privilege. Hope you can take a few minutes off your busy schedule and help our readers improve their awareness.

    If you are willing to answer these questions, we will post it to our blog soon. Thank you in advance for your time and attention.

    How did you get started as an IT professional?
     
    2.IT is thought to be a male dominated industry, what challenges do you face as a woman in IT?
     
    3.Do you feel that there is pay discrimination in the IT profession, more so than other professions?
     
    4.What advice would you give young women considering a career in technology?
     
    5.What is the one technological development or gadget that you cannot live without?
     
    6.In your opinion, what will be the biggest career opportunities in information technology in the next 3 to 5 years?

    7.Some of the most popular blogs are political blogs. At the risk of getting some passionate feedback, what are your thoughts of the current political campaign season with regard to women?

  3. Jessica Says:

    Hey!

    Lovely blog! I have my own blog http://www.shinypinkgadgets.com
    I would love to add you to my blog roll and hope you will do the same – let me know your thoughts. I’m also part of http://www.ShesConnected.com. You should check it out and add your profile, it’s a great way to promote your business and blog.

    I look forward to connecting with you and continuing to read your blog.

    Best,
    Jessica

    1. Sherbeam Says:

      Thanks, Jessica. I’m in the midst of redesigning my blog. I will certainly keep your blogs in mind.

      Sherbeam

  4. Jourdan Cohen Says:

    Hi,
    My name is Jourdan Cohen and I am currently interning at Meredith Corporation. I wanted to take a minute to talk to you about an exciting new program we are launching. I’m not sure if you are aware, but Ladies’ Home Journal launched its Do Good initiative earlier this year, celebrating women and companies who are committed to helping their community. The Do Good initiative features monthly in-book and online editorial coverage with the goal of helping to inspire and empower women through the stories of others.
    Also, the Do Good initiative awards corporations committed to civic engagement with the Do Good Stamp. An advisory board will award this stamp quarterly to corporations dedicated to philanthropic ventures. The stamp is valid for two years and can be used by companies in their brand packaging and marketing and promotional materials to raise awareness of their philanthropic efforts. The deadline for this quarter’s applications is fast-approaching; all submissions must be received by June 15.
    To learn more about the Do Good initiative and to download an application for the Do Good Stamp, visithttp://www.lhj.com/volunteering/. Let me know if you have any questions.
    -Jourdan Cohen


  5. I like your site a lot. So happy I had a chance to look at it today.

    1. Sherbeam Says:

      Hi Mikael! I’m glad you enjoyed it!


  6. Hey very nice blog!!….I’m an instant fan, I have bookmarked you and I’ll be checking back on a regular….See ya

    I’m Out! 🙂

    1. Sherbeam Says:

      Excellent! Thanks for reading!


  7. Your blog is really great blog. Thanks.

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