Director of Editorial Services
established the editorial service for Cablevision
in Connecticut back in 1997.
As Director of Editorial Services, she
has provided insight into issues affecting the region and the state, including affordable housing, I-95 traffic congestion, education funding, disadvantaged children, urban renewal and health care.
She has been recognized by Save the Sound, the Bridgeport Child Advocacy Coalition and Family Services Woodfield, among many other groups, and in 2003 won an Outstanding Connecticut Women award, presented by Lt.
Wildman joined Cablevision with an impressive record of public service and journalism.
From 1993-96, she served as deputy assistant, U.S. Trade Representative for Public Affairs.
In this role, she
was responsible for media and public strategy for the Trade Representative, Mickey Kantor, and his
successor, Charlene Barshefsky.
The Office of the USTR is part of the Executive Office of the President.
Prior to her government service, Wildman worked for many years as an NBC Network News correspondent out of the company's Burbank, Houston, New York, and London bureaus.
While abroad, she
reported extensively from the Middle East and Northern Ireland.
also reported news and produced an Emmy-winning weekly public affairs program for the Los Angeles PBS station, KCET.
As a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, she
taught English as a Second Language in the Marianas and in the Eastern Caroline Islands of Micronesia.
She holds a B.A. degree in French from Temple University and has done graduate studies in communications at UCLA.