About Melinda Sherwood
SHERWOOD, MELINDA is a former journalist and public relations specialist. After earning a master’s in writing from Johns Hopkins University, Melinda joined New Jersey Network Public Television as associate producer for two Emmy award-winning programs: State of the Arts and Discover New Jersey. She was also the associate producer of an Emmy-nominated documentary on the history, culture and ecology of New Jersey’s pinelands region, Pine Barrens Journey. In 1999, Sherwood joined U.S. 1 Newspaper (Princeton, NJ) as a business reporter and three years later became editor in chief of the Princeton Business Journal, the area’s oldest weekly business publication. She joined Hillier Architecture, New Jersey’s largest architecture firm, as Communications Manager in 2005, where she oversaw staff in three offices and developed several successful PR campaigns that earned the company recognition in several media outlets including Architectural Record, BusinessWeek and the Washington Post.
Comments on the March 20-25, 2011 Independent Journalist Workshop: "Extraordinarily helpful. The content was delivered at just the right level, just the right pace, and covered all of the subject areas I was interested in. This is probably been one of the most valuable trainings I've ever experienced. And all of the trainers, as well as GSRs, were incredibly knowledgeable, excellent communicators and exceptionally patient."
- Occupation: Editor
- Organization: Freelance
- Location: New Hope, PA 18938 USA
- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/msherwood27
- Was accepted for Mar 20-25 2011 Independent Journalists Workshop.
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Content on this site written by Melinda Sherwood (includes contributory writing):
<p>The content was delivered at just the right level, just the right pace, and covered all of the subject areas I was interested in. This is probably been one of the most valuable trainings I've ever experienced...All of the trainers, as well as GSRs [graduate student researchers], were incredibly knowledgeable, excellent communicators and exceptionally patient.</p>