Sandra (Sandy) Judd, M.S.
Sandy offers more than 30 years of experience in nutritional sciences, healthcare, and business-to-business communications as a marketing and public relations executive, writer, dietitian, and most recently, certified health and wellness coach.
Currently, in addition to providing healthcare communications consulting services, she owns and operates Sculpt Your Health, which provides health and wellness coaching services that help people make long-lasting lifestyle changes in the areas of nutrition, exercise, stress management, work/life balance, and more, and is the health and wellness columnist for the New Boston (NH) Beacon.
Sandy has enjoyed an eclectic career working in Boston, MA., New York City, NY, and Winston-Salem, N.C. She has served as the Chief Dietitian for a community hospital; an Account Supervisor at the international public relations firm, Burson-Marsteller; Director of Public Affairs for two Harvard-affiliated specialty hospitals, Boston Children’s Hospital and McLean Hospital; Director of Client Services for ProClinica, Inc.; Senior Vice President for Healthcare with Manning, Selvage, & Lee; Director of Public Relations and Marketing for the second-largest healthcare system in North Carolina, Novant Health; and freelance healthcare communications consultant and writer.
Her professional strengths include communications strategy development; healthcare/medical/science writing; health and wellness coaching; media training; branding; new business development; public speaking, and crisis communications.
As a senior executive, Sandy led new business and program development for clients including Aeterna Laboratories, Agilent Technologies, the Angiogenesis Foundation, Brigham & Women’s Hospitals, Catholic Medical Center of Brooklyn & Queens, Cutter Laboratories, Hallmark Healthcare, The Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and Partners Healthcare. She is the recipient of more than a dozen industry awards from professional groups including the Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations Association and Healthcare Marketing Report.
Sandy received an M.S. in Nutrition and Communications from Boston University, magna cum laude; an R.D. (registered dietitian) from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a B.S. in Dietetics and Institutional Administration from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, magna cum laude. She received her coaching certification from Wellcoaches® School of Coaching. Sandy also served for 14 years as a Board member for The Angiogenesis Foundation