Sandi Moynihan is an award-winning journalist, videographer, photographer and web designer who recently graduated summa cum laude with special faculty honors from The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. Sandi is currently working as a video producer at The Washington Post.
This past year Sandi worked as a video production intern for the Post, just after completing internships with the public policy communications team at Facebook and the digital media team at the with The Nature Conservancy of California. She has interned at other organizations, including Planet Forward and KPRC Local 2, and worked as a multimedia reporter for GW’s campus paper, The GW Hatchet. Sandi also accepts freelance video/web/photo projects and most recently returned from a multimedia assignment in Myanmar (Burma). Sandi writes several blogs, including her Yanki Lens photography blog, which she updates weekly with new photographs. She is also a contributing blogger for Letsgo.com, the leader in budget, student travel guides.
Most recently, Sandi was named The George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs’ Distinguished Scholar for 2013 and as a 2013 Luce Scholar finalist, as well as was awarded 2nd and 3rd place in the GW Foto Week 2012 contest. Sandi has also won a 2013 Roberts Prize and a 2012 Sherman Allen Page Scholarship Award for her exceptional work as a student journalist.
Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, but raised in Houston, Texas, Sandi, a former NCAA Division I softball player, loves to spend her free time attending fitness classes, dancing to moombahton, and finding the next best cupcake shop in the District.
Sandi currently resides in Washington, D.C.