With a lifelong pursuit of learning, community strengthening and multi-cultural sensitivity, Rev. Sandy Rodgers is professional, motivated, dependable, ambitious and focused on social reform, social service and human justice. She combines her spirituality with her corporate experience creating a unique blend of inspiring change by empowering people.
Rev. Sandy is a Youth Advocate. Her contributions to young adults began in Los Angeles by being actively involved with the following organizations: Boy Scouts of America, serving as Area Commissioner; Girl Scouts of America, member of the Youth Motivation Task Force; Nu Vision Modeling and Entertainment, as Founder and Director, offering mentorship and modeling opportunities to inner city youth throughout Los Angeles; NAACP, Youth Department, Volunteer; Atlanta Regional Youth Detention Center, Motivational Speaker; The World Is Yours Youth Rally in Ft. Worth Texas, Board Member and Conference Facilitator, currently serving more than 3000 youth annually.
Rev. Sandy’s legacy of community service has been global in her efforts to make a difference internationally. In 1993, she coordinated the USA-Berlin Initiative in Los Angeles, which united artists of various ethnic backgrounds to produce both music and an International Peace Mural in riot torn Los Angeles. Currently, she serves as the Matron of African Heritage Youth Club in Ghana West Africa. Also, Rev. Sandy is organizer of the Total Wellness Project, addressing the psycho-social needs of children affected by AIDS in Africa, with a team of professionals across the United States.
Believing that education is a continuous process, Rev. Sandy’s educational contributions include four years as President of New Life Christian Center Parent-Teacher Fellowship; ten years as Statewide Trainer with Pacific Bell Telephone Company conducting over 500 classes with an average attendance of 200-300 per class; Security Trainer with Atlanta Committee for Olympic Games in 1996, training and supervising Military and Law Enforcement personnel and the general public; Workshop Facilitator on various topics and five years as Continuing Spiritual Education Director at Hillside Chapel and Truth Center in Atlanta.
As a Speaker, Rev. Sandy has enjoyed limitless opportunities to inspire diverse audiences – Annual Featured Speaker for Women Appreciation in Colton California since 2003; Inspirational/Motivational Speaker for National Association of Black Narcotic Agents, A Gathering of Sisters and A Gathering of Brothers, Los Angeles Southwest College, and The African American Summit for Peace, Justice and Equality; Radio co-host; Guest Speaker at various churches nationally including Marietta Chapel A.M.E., A.L.I.V.E. Christian Center, New Testament, and Masjiid Hassan.
Rev. Sandy has been acknowledged by the communities she serves via awards and accolades including Outstanding Young Women in America 1986; Who’s Who In The West 1988; Bronze Halo Award in 1991; Simply The Best – Pacific Bell 1991; Pacific Bell Pacesetter Award; Pacific Bell Quality Teamwork Award; Proclamations from Los Angeles Mayor and City Council- 1993; Outstanding Person Award – Circuit City 1995; International Peace Prize 2007 and Who’s Who in Black Atlanta, Atlanta’s Spiritual Leaders – 2008.
Rev. Sandy work has been documented in the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Sentinel, Black Gold Magazine, Compton Bulletin, LA Watts Times, Black Business Pages, Herald Examiner, Marietta Daily Journal and radio station KKDA in Fort Worth Texas.
Rev Sandy currently resides in Cobb County, Georgia, where she authors and distributes daily inspirational messages via e-mail under Sandy Rodgers Ministries. When she is not serving her world-wide community, Rev Sandy enjoys spending time with her son, daughter-in-law and two grand children
Business Plans – from start up to success
Self Published Authors
Non-traditional approach – proven effective
Rites of Passage – Females
Reiki II Practitioner
Global Ambassador – Nu Vision Global Enterprise Inc.
African Heritage Youth Club
Endowed with a special gift to be a listener and non-threatening participant to openly guide men to deal and heal their innermost emotions.