Sandy Marshall is a Chicago Emmy-nominated writer, producer, director, speaker, and actor.
He writes the Workish syndicated humor columns in Canadian Business via Rogers Media, for Contently's The Content Strategist, and is a NASA Social alum. He's also a director at the legendary Second City (where he also teaches) and co-founded the branded content firm Norman Howard alongside Sandy Jobin-Bevans.
Sandy's extensive business and creative background includes 20 years of comedy, marketing, business development, and digital strategy. He's a former VP of Second City Works (the B2B arm of Second City), and has delivered content for brands and publishers like Oath, RYOT, Twitter, Rogers, Morgan Stanley, Zappos, GE, RBC, Bell, Unilever, P&G, Basecamp, and dozens more.
He speaks at corporate events and conferences (DX3, NXNE, NATO, Conference Board of Canada, etc.), is a 2-time jurist for the Banff World Media Festival, has appeared in Fast Company, Crain’s Chicago Business, CBC News, etc., and served as a Trustee for Drake University.
As a film and television actor, Sandy is a member of the Screen Actor's Guild. He appeared alongside Vince Vaughn in Ron Howard's The Dilemma, on the Comedy Central special Still Hungry, and in dozens of commercials. He's a co-founder of Toronto's Ensemble event series alongside the WE Foundation, and Chicago's sketch ensemble Schadenfreude.