Sugandha Ferro Black
Hard work, an eye for aesthetics, and attention to detail are in my DNA. My passion for excellence permeates into everything I do – my work, my family, my life!
Living each day fully has always been my mantra. It inspires me every morning to do my best. Friends say I was “born organizing”.
It is what I do, and I do it well. Be it an event, a calendar, a trip, or a meeting. It makes me happy to be of service and suits me perfectly to deliver creative services, honestly and with enthusiasm.
And, my passion for Blogging for others, Project or Business Management, Social Media Management & Strategy , Content Creation and Graphic design have kept me inside of what is needed to an active and successful online presence.
My work is your work. Recognizing what my client’s needs are is my first priority. And, I love learning new things!
When I take off my “work hat”, I enjoy sunsets, tango, and travel together with my husband.
Social Media Management and Strategy • Project Manager and Strategist • Business Manager • Blog Creation, Re-Purpose and Installation • Event and Travel planning • Public Relations • Market Research
Content Creation & re-purposing • Blog Writing, proofing and editing • Social Media Management • Graphic Design • Email Marketing • Newsletters and Email Campaigns • Lite Web Management & Updates • Lite Video Editing • Lite Podcast Editing • Email & calendar Management
Canva • Facebook • Instagram • Pinterest • Tailwind • Mailchimp • Mailerlite • Microsoft Office • Google Suites • WordPress • Asana • Slack • Zoom • Loom • and more
2019 – Present :: Executive Virtual Assistant and Project/Business Manager
2009 – 2018 :: Remote Executive Assistant and Project Coordinator
1993 – Present :: Hair Designer, Salon Owner/Manager
I have always been a voracious reader and have loved to write since as long as I can remember.
Writing poetry as a child, song lyrics and fiction as I got older; all the way to business writing, such as newsletters or ad copy, and now social media. It has always been a part of me.
My grandfather was a Superintendent of Schools in a well-educated suburb of Boston. We were always taught about the use of proper grammar and word choice. We were encouraged to read everything from the classics to fiction.
In college, I took several literature classes. I read magazines and books on the craft of writing and attended writers’ conferences on Maui and writing classes whenever possible for many years.
It is one of my joys – to put words together so that easy communication happens – to encourage the reader to want to read more.
Sugandha calls me her “secret weapon”. We have collaborated on writing projects for the past 20 years. No matter who begins the project, after the input from us both it blooms.