Sandy leads Halftime Carolina’s efforts to connect Halftimers with opportunities to use their passions and skills while transforming Charlotte. A retired community mental health director and state human services administrator, he embarked on his Halftime journey in 1998, serving as a coach and mentor in numerous community-building efforts throughout North Carolina. Curtailing his consulting practice, Sandy now networks with individuals and organizations that are directly engaged in serving people in Charlotte. He also works with Halftime participants who ask for help to sharpen their understanding of where their interests might be employed, and to facilitate well-informed referrals.
He lives in Shelby with his wife, Kathy, and is devoting his professional efforts to building the Halftime support system.