Sandra Campbell

Sandra holds a degree in psychology and a minor in political science from the University of Houston. As a former contributor and on-air talent expert for StudioD, her work has appeared on websites such as Livestrong, eHow, Global Post, Modern Mom, and The Classroom.

Sandra’s screenplay, “Hyde Park,” received an honorable mention in the Fort Bend Writer’s Guild First Ten Screenplay and Novel Competition in 2009. Also, in 2009, Sandra was awarded a poetry fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center, and her short story, “Running on Fumes in 1999,” was published by Crack the Spine Literary Magazine in May 2014.
Additionally, she was a quarter-finalist and semi-finalist for the 2016 Mary Ballard Poetry Prize. Sandra’s feature scripts “Article V” and “Bare” were official selections of the 2015 and 2016 Oaxaca Film Festival, respectively. Her script “Article V” won the Outstanding Drama Award at the 2017 Sacramento International Film Festival, and her psychological thriller “Fade to Black” was a quarter-finalist in the 2018 Scriptapalooza screenplay contest.

She is the author of “A Practical Guide to Learning American English: Useful Tips for High Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced English Students.” Sandra is an active member of the National Writers Union and serves as a contract advisor for the National Writers Union Grievance and Contract Division Committee. She also serves on the National Writers Union Executive Board as an At-Large Representative.