Mindy Hermann became a writer serendipitously. A registered dietitian, Mindy first developed writing skills as a spokesperson for the New York State and American Dietetic Associations, which she parlayed into magazine and public relations writing. She has by-lined over 300 articles for magazines and websites and has co-authored several award-winning and New York Times bestseller books, in addition to ghost-writing articles and books. She joined Co-Communications to help its clients deliver their messages in a clear and effective way. Mindy enjoys learning and writing about something new every day for the diverse group of Co-Communications clients.
Mindy was active in the Westchester Association of Women Business Owners, where she was a board member for several years, and has coordinated public relations for numerous community service organizations. Mindy was the founder and Executive Director of the Westchester Klezmer Program, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to building community through Jewish dance music.
Mindy earned a B.S. in Public Health, with a concentration in dietetics, from University of California, Los Angeles and a Master’s in Business Administration in Marketing from New York University.
I have a passion for our local community and love being part of a team that has its finger on the pulse of Westchester County and surrounding areas. Also, it’s an honor to be part of the extended Co-Communications family that includes not only our team but also our clients and neighbors.
What is your favorite PR/Marketing/Advertisingcampaign of all time?
I don’t have a favorite but always respect work that combines creativity with a deep understanding of both the client and the market.
What keeps your creative juices flowing?
My creativity is enhanced by the creative spark of the people I work with.
What is your biggest passion outside of work?
You usually can find me exploring Westchester and NYC farmers’ and ethnic food markets looking for interesting foods to bring home and figure out how to cook.