Sandra grew up in Korea and Paraguay amid poverty, inequality, dictatorship, coup d’état and financial crisis. She is fully aware that she is standing here solely due to God’s grace and her parents’ sacrificial hard work leading an immigrant family in unknown territories. She got a scholarship to attend University of Southern California and came to the United States. She has a BA in Political Science/International Relations and an MBA from USC. She had 10-year-long career at Enterprise Rent-A-Car (a place she still calls her home) where she learned to how to build a successful business by truly taking the customers and employees. She was previously the Director of Workplace Operations (Development) at United Way of Greater Los Angeles. Her job is to raise resources and advocates to “End Homelessness in Los Angeles, ensure all our kids graduate high school and make sure all our veterans have a job.” She is also the Co-Chair of the Board of KCCD/FACE. In both places, she loves seeing the impact that is possible when people come together. Her life goal is to serve God and to never lose the joy He has granted in our lives. She is passionate about her family, being grateful every moment and serving those around her.