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Shelly Sindland is a former award-winning journalist with more than 20 years experience under her belt. Ms. Sindland has immeasurable knowledge of the media industry and has a proven excellence in earned media placement.  As a former political reporter for FOX CT,  Ms. Sindland specializes in public relations and media relations, many of those issues are tied to proposed legislation and or political issues. Recently, her media campaign against a proposed tax on home heating oil created such a public outcry and media saturation that the proposed bill was practically killed overnight. Her clients include: Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra 2015, Charla Nash, (the Stamford woman mauled by a chimpanzee), John Mckinney for Governor, CEMA, AARP, Mohegan Sun, Compassion & Choices, The Propane Gas Association of New England, the lobbying firm of former House Speaker Jim Amann, Attorney Kevin C. Ferry, Attorney Paul Levin, Attorney Jose Rojas, Manchester ROCS.  Ms. Sindland is a charismatic innovator with a proven ability in public relations, media marketing, earned media placement, photography, press releases, video production, social media management, media training, crisis communications and marketing.





Charla Nash: Today's Bionic Woman PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shelly Sindland   
Friday, October 02 2015

Charla Nash: Today's Bionic Woman

Charla Nash would be the first blind person with bilateral upper limb loss to be fitted with a robotic hand

We have an exciting update for you.

Charla has been working all week with a team of experts at Hanger Clinic in Cromwell who are fitting her with prosthetic hands through various trials.

WE are CLOSE to making this happen but not there yet.

The process is long and time consuming because if everything works out as planned, Charla Nash would be the first blind person with bilateral upper limb loss—to be fitted with a robotic hand. Normally, blind people are not fitted with robotic prosthetics because not being able to see which way the hand is moving can be problematic. If this works, it would be a game changer for people with similar injuries.

We are getting really close to meeting our goal but we need to raise more money to cover Charla’s costs.

Any and every donation is so appreciated. Thank-you for all your support.

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