Sandy is a passionate marketer, social entrepreneur, and teacher. She spent the first seven years of her career in brand management at Procter & Gamble, learning to view the world through customers’ eyes and building brands and programs that best meet their needs. She then switched her focus to the social and nonprofit worlds. A member of the Imagitas founding team, she led the build-out of the organizational plan for a highly successful business. Over the past 28 years, Sandy has been an instructor at the college level in the fields of leadership, marketing, entrepreneurship, and communications. Most recently, Sandy served as Assistant Dean at Harvard Kennedy School of Government running the career services and internship office.
Previously, she taught at Tufts University and ran an Entrepreneurial Training Program through the Center for Women & Enterprise. She has also done significant leadership, teamwork, fundraising, and strategy training in both the private and nonprofit sectors—past clients include NASA, General Motors and the Center for Women & Enterprise. Sandy has served on the board of the Center for Women & Enterprise in Boston and on the Alumni Advisory Board at Northwestern University.