Sandy is the Director of Programs with Archway. In this role, she is responsible for the development and implementation of resident-informed supportive services, in collaboration with site coordinators and managers. She oversees program strategy, implementation, and growth across Archway’s portfolio, which includes creating partnerships outside of Archway who can help bring necessary resources to our residents. Sandy has spent her career in nonprofit leadership, relationship development, capacity building, strategic planning, and program expansion in community food systems and food access work, most recently with Hunger Free Colorado and Project Angel Heart prior to that. She has her Master of Science in Management and Organization from UC-Denver. In her free time, Sandy enjoys being in and exploring our outdoor sanctuaries, listening to live music, rock hunting, cooking, watching documentaries, working to make our food and agricultural systems more sustainable and regenerative, and always learning!
What Home Means to Me
Home to me is a feeling, a refuge, where family and visitors alike feel they belong, where they can rest, love, laugh, and thrive.