About Sonja Shin
Enterprising innovator on and off camera in TV news, video journalism, communications, business development, marketing, social media and as a corporate spokesperson from San Francisco to NYC, working with clients like NASA, Boeing, Edward Jones and Maritz.
Researcher and producer for NBC Network News at 30 Rock in New York, learning from mentors like Katie Couric, Brian Williams and agent Alfred Geller.
Host of many Facebook Live videos, news reporter at CBS stations in Seattle and San Francisco, more than 90 appearances sharing health and stress management tips on Fox 2 News, intern for Richard Hart’s #1 Discovery Channel show The Next Step, and science communicator at NASA and Stanford in Silicon Valley.
Winner of numerous awards, including the NASA Honor Award for Excellence and media awards from the Missouri Nurses Association, Missouri Heart Association and the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Studied science communication at Northwestern University and University of California, Santa Cruz.
Executive and Media Coaching
Would you like to reach more potential customers/clients and investors, spread the word about the cause you champion and/or get help refining your pitch to clients or investors? Shin can advise you on how to get covered by the media, strategize a media and marketing plan with you and work with you on your messaging so that people care about what you have to share. Click here to learn more about coaching from Sonja Shin.
Website Design and Development
Shin also more than 15 years of experience designing and building websites. While a Public Affairs Specialist at NASA, Shin was trained in how to build websites. She has designed and built websites for NASA, Stanford University and many small businesses and non-profits with everything from Dreamweaver to Wordpress and Squarespace.