As Senior Associate Director, Sandy Helling has key responsibilities in the overall operation of Community Impact including fundraising, program development and management, and community partnerships. She has directed Emergency Service and Adult Education programs at Community Impact since 1989 and she was the very first GED teacher. Before Community Impact, Sandy was Director of the Welfare Grant Increase Coalition. She holds a BA from New College and a MA and MEd in Philosophy and Social Sciences from Teachers College. Her favorite spot on campus is the walk between Earl Hall and the Annex where she has a few minutes to ruminate every day.