David Seigerman

Water Quality Communications Specialist

dseigerman@savethesound.org
917-796-6076

After 30+ years spent writing, producing, and telling stories from the world of sports, David joined Save the Sound in March 2022. He looks forward to using his storytelling experience to raise awareness of the people and their ongoing work protecting and preserving the Long Island Sound.

Over the course of his career, David has created stories for all manner of media outlets. He has written for newspapers, magazines, and digital outlets; worked for various sports television networks as a writer, producer, and managing editor; hosted radio shows and even created his own sports podcast back in the early days of the pandemic; and is the author of six books. David also has taught various non-fiction writing classes and served as a writing coach for the Gotham Writers Workshop since 2001, and he has been an adjunct professor at Manhattanville College since the Spring of 2021.

David has lived most of his life within walking distance from the Long Island Sound – he grew up on the north shore of Long Island and currently lives with his family on Westchester County’s Sound Shore. He has volunteered in various capacities (primarily in communications roles) for local non-profits, including PTA units in the Mamaroneck school district, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Community Counseling Center, and several local youth sports organizations.


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