Sandra Hajda got her first corporate writing job for MLM company Sunrider shortly after graduating in 2007.
Since then she has worked as a technical writer for the City of Stonnington and a broadcast monitor for Media Monitors Australia.
She is a social media buff who has executed viral marketing campaigns on behalf of cutting-edge UK company The Seventh Chamber, promoting clients like Sportsbet and Bauer. In 2008 she wrote for technology giant MakeUseOf.com.
Sandra's literary criticism and political commentary have appeared in The Seminal, Pickled Politics, Clash Magazine, The Interpreter and Miranda Literary Magazine. In 2009 a piece she wrote for the Lowy Institute prompted a change in Australian uranium export policy.
Sandra dabbles in painting and last year won the support of the City of Melbourne, who offered her a place in its River Studios program.
Sandra's voice might be familiar to fine music lovers in Victoria – she used to host the Sunday night slot on 3MBS Classically Melbourne. She lives in inner city Melbourne with her fiancee.