Sandy first visited the valley in 1976, joined the WRWF as member number 200 and came onto the Board in 2017. Primarily a Seattle resident, she and her family became part-timers in 2000.

Sandy is retired from a 30-year career managing communication strategies for world-wide clients and has enjoyed sharing that expertise on the boards of multiple nonprofits serving the arts, education and the advancement of leadership opportunities for women and girls.

Look for her on the golf course, on the trail with the dogs or sharing a glass of wine with her husband Jack.