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Bridget Mccoll Hardy, American screenwriter. Recipient Metro Bus Poetry award Seattle Metro, 1996; Earthwatch scholar, 1982. Volunteer and hospitality chair Japan-American Society, since 1990.; orientation teacher Youth for Understanding, Seattle, 1991; volunteer and interpreter International Children's Festival, Seattle, 1991, 92, 95; volunteer Greenworks, Seattle, since 1994; youth team leader Youth Volunteer Corps, Redmond, 1994.

Background

Hardy, Bridget Mccoll was born on October 2, 1959 in Laramie, Wyoming, United States. Daughter of Eugene Nicholas and Deborah Wells Hardy.

Education

Bachelor cum laude with honors, Smith College, 1984. Master of Arts, Jackson School International Studies, 1993. Certified in literature fiction, University Washington Extension, 1995.

Career

Founder, president American Beyond Language Education, Tokyo, Seattle, 1986-1991. Freelance screenwriter Seattle, since 1995. Japan-American cross-cultural consultant American Beyond Language Education, Tokyo, Seattle, 1984-1992, design assistant language immersion camp, Seattle, 1990.

Various positions Microsoft, Redmond, Washington, 1995-1996.

Achievements

  • Avocations: scuba diving, Aikido, travel, gardening, adventure seeking. F C.

Membership

Volunteer and hospitality chair Japan-American Society, since 1990. Orientation teacher Youth for Understanding, Seattle, 1991. Volunteer and interpreter International Children's Festival, Seattle, 1991, 92, 95.

Volunteer Greenworks, Seattle, since 1994. Youth team leader Youth Volunteer Corps, Redmond, 1994.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Scuba diving, Aikido, travel, gardening, adventure seeking.

Connections

father:
Eugene Nicholas

mother:
Deborah Wells Hardy