Sandy works on a variety of projects including co-leading the Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators’ (ASNNA) Evaluation Committee, supporting 1890 Historically Black Colleges and Universities in establishing more equitable SNAP-Ed funding, and working with the New Jersey Department of Health to both increase food access for NJ Native American tribes and to improve access to fruits and vegetables. She holds master’s degrees in Community Nutrition and Measurement, Evaluation and Statistics; and a Doctorate of Education degree in Nutrition Education.
Currently hiking: Wissahickon Valley Park
Hometown pride for: Philadelphia
Extracurricular activity: Long-distance biking