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Saturday, July 25, 2015

maryJournalist/Broadcaster/Public Relations Consultant/Expert Medical Witness/Educator
Internationally recognised investigative journalist who also specializes in media relations, image building and promotion campaigns for corporations, not-for-profit-organizations, newsmakers and best selling authors.
Environmental issues and education are an important part of her life. She is past president and current board member of Save Open Space. Mary writes articles for international publications. Her professional endeavors (and work with volunteer organizations) have attracted media attention worldwide, for nearly three decades.
Head of Stoddard Media, Mary is a product of Baylor University and Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) School of Journalism. She is currently a freelance consultant with a new international corporation, which will be responsible for the formal education and training of children and adults.
Universities, Colleges and Medical Schools engage her as a guest lecturer. She teaches Masters classes for post graduate credit at Journalism Schools and Science Departments. Post graduate journalism students at American University in Washington DC voted her: ‘Most Popular Visiting Professor.’
An unprecedented career milestone occurred when Stoddard was engaged by the school to teach a class at the prestigious: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas, USA.
Newsmaker Status was achieved, by female broadcast pioneer Stoddard, when TV Radio Mirror magazine featured her as the first FCC (U S Federal Communications Commission) licensed female announcer on Dallas, Texas Radio in 1965. As both interviewer and interviewed guest expert, Mary Nash Stoddard has logged thousands of hours of international radio and television airtime.
AIM International and The Government of Mexico formally recognised Stoddard for her research on environmental, health and food safety issues. The former talk show host and corporate spokesperson has been featured in international film documentaries. Most recently, on: Planete TV (France), which was given rave reviews in Le Monde. Mary helps produce news segments for: CBS TV News 60-Minutes (US and Australia), CNN TV (international cable network), CBC TV/Radio (Canada), BBC Radio (UK) and Global TV (Mexico and South America). She’s quoted in publications such as: UK’s The Guardian, London’s Sunday Mirror, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, The Netherlands’s Konsumen Kontakdt, India Times and other major print media on five continents.
A former appointed Judge for the US State of Texas, Stoddard helps to make our world safer for present and future generations. Stoddard lobbied US lawmakers in Washington DC and participated in US Senate Hearings on environmental health and safety issues. She counsels with US law firms and testifies in court cases as an Expert Medical Witness. She was a select member of President Bill Clinton’s Council on Food Safety.
Stoddard works seamlessly with the EFSA (European Food Safety Association), Members of Parliament in the UK/Australia and with businesses and corporations, such as the international airline industry. She forged successful working relationships with the following agencies: US Department of Defense, US FAA (Federal Aviation Authority), and the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority), in the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Stoddard’s research regularly aids public officials, around the world, to make decisions on critical environmental and health safety issues.
Like that of the World Education Council, hers is a global vision, as she works with people from diverse socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds. The Hon. Mary Nash Stoddard is living proof that one passionate person can make a difference in our world.

“Mary Nash Stoddard’s lecture tours garner international media attention and standing ovations wherever she goes. Audiences and students learn proactive strategies for being a part of the global solution, instead of powerless victims.” — Bruce Painter/author The Giving Zone