Sandy Berger, nationally respected computer authority, journalist, media guest, speaker, and author, has more than three decades of experience as a computer and technology expert.
As president of a nationally recognized computer consulting and training company, Sandy applies her unique ability to explain in easy-to-understand language how to use and enjoy today’s technology. Her trademark, “CompuKISS®,” which stands for “The Computer World: Keeping It Short and Simple,” represents her approach to helping others enhance their lives through the use of computers and technology. Her popular Compu-KISS website is at www.compukiss.com.
With seven years experience as the primary content provider and host of AARP’s Computers and Technology website, Sandy keeps her finger on the pulse of the boomer and zoomer community. Her feature stories, product reviews, and computer tips have brought special insight and ease of use to millions of people who didn’t grow up with computers.
Sandy has been a guest on hundreds of radio and television shows, including NBC’s Today Show, NBC News, CBS News, Fox News, ABC News, WGN, and WOR radio.
Sandy is an excellent example of her own philosophy–use technology, but keep it short and simple. Her previous books adhere to these principles. They include How to Have a Meaningful Relationship with Your Computer, Your Official Grown-up’s Guide to AOL and the Internet, Cyber Savers: Tips & Tricks for Today’s Drowning Computer Users, Sandy Berger’s Great Age Guide to Better Living Through Technology, Sandy Berger’s Great Age Guide to the Internet, Sandy Berger’s Great Age Guide to Gadgets & Gizmos, and Sandy Berger’s Great Age Guide to Online Health & Wellness.
Sandy is a consumer advocate promoting simplicity, ease of use, and stability in consumer technology products. She works with hardware and software developers to help them make their products more user-friendly.
A cum laude graduate of Chicago’s DePaul University, Sandy went on to complete intensive IBM training in computer systems, analysis, programming, system operations, and numerous computer languages. She subsequently applied her expertise within several major corporations before founding Computer Living Corp.