Sandy Galef has been committed to public service both as a volunteer and as an elected official. She recently retired after 30 years as a Member of the New York State Assembly.
Prior to that she served on the Westchester County Board of Legislators for 13 years. During her years in public office, she served as President of the New York State Association of Counties and in the Assembly as Library and Technology Chair as well as the Assembly Real Property Taxation Chair. Sandy was a leading advocate for legislative and ethics reform in Albany and deeply involved in matters pertaining to education, tax reduction, government efficiency, health, environmental/clean energy, consumer and voting rights.
Sandy received her Bachelor of Science at Purdue University and Masters in Education at the University of Virginia while teaching in Charlottesville, Virginia.