Sandy Craft, Professional Development Coordinator
Sandy has an Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Development from SLCC, a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Westminster College and a Master’s degree in Community Leadership from Westminster College. She has over 25 years of experience working directly with children and families as an early childhood educator and as an instructor for early childhood professionals.
Sandy came on board the agency as the CAC – CSS Professional Development Coordinator in January 2007. She is passionate about helping child care providers attain their professional development goals, improve the quality of child care they offer and being involved in family and community efforts to ensure the wellbeing of children. She loves the idea of working for the oldest non-profit in Utah, advocating for the education, health and safety of children, as the Children’s Service Society has done since 1884.
When she is not working Sandy enjoys gardening, traveling with her husband and spending time with their daughters and six grandchildren.