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Sandra Holden oversees the operations and marketing of Walker Firm and Casa De La Justicia to ensure that clients are being well taken care of and that the latest research is being used to inform and educate clients, deliver stronger results for all partners, and ensure all settlements not only meet but exceed national standards.

In 1984 she co-founded Holden White Communication with Clay WHite, PH.D. from the University of Southern California to provide government agencies with in-depth demographic and psychographic data to better inform the development and production of educational and marketing outreach campaigns designed for underserved communities throughout the United States. Key clients included The U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Education as well as the Port of Long Beach, CIty of Long Beach and the State of California.

In 1997 she founded Media 360 to provide research-informed and compelling marketing and educational materials for federal, state and local government agencies. and corporate organizations including U.S. Department of Child and Family Services, The Energy Coalition, IBM, Disney, United HealthCare, Walker Advertising, Los Defensores and the Port of Long Beach Her documentary, Air: The Search for One Clean Breath with Joe Montegna, researched, written and produced with funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, was named Best Documentary by the International Women’s Film Festival.

Prior to forming Media 36 and Holden White Communications, she worked as a freelance television reporter and producer for CNN, KABC, Lifetime and Univision. Born in Mexico City she moved to the United States to pursue her Master’s Degree in Communication Research and Design from the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern California.

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