Sharon J. Anderson is an award-winning creative director and writer who believes that the best way to tell a story or promote an organization or product is to:

Listen.
Look beyond the obvious.
Go where words take you.

Sharon has demonstrated her writing and creative skills in several arenas, including finance and investments, retail products, real estate, mental health, hospital care and religion. She has extensive experience in:

• Video script writing, direction and production
• Creating corporate brand identities
• Corporate brochures, annual reports and newsletters
• Advertising (print and broadcast)
• Product marketing and presentations
• Developing and presenting creativity and writing workshops

She is the author of When Someone Wants to Die (InterVarsity, 1988), as well as other autobiographical articles, and served as project consultant with best-selling author Melody Beattie on A Reason to Live (Tyndale, 1991). Her radio play, “Two Mothers,” was produced and aired on National Public Radio in July 1991.

For her work, she has received more than 40 industry awards, including a New York Film Festival Award (non-broadcast) for Short Documentary featuring 9/11 First Responders, as well as three Gold Addys and two Silver Addys. In addition, in 1985 she was picked out of a Sea World audience to kiss a whale, and in 2001 was awarded Second Place in the Prince George’s County Fair Cow Chip Toss.

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