Sandy is a committed community planner who believes that planning is a powerful tool for equitable and socially motivated growth. He is passionate about public discourse and encourages self-reflective planning practices and progressive policy-making.
Sandy is a graduate of the Dalhousie University Master of Planning and Mount Allison University Bachelor of Arts programs. He is an experienced public servant and non-profit administrator with a background in multi-stakeholder collaboration, community space design, First Nations and rural community projects, academic research, and active transportation advocacy. He enjoys hiking, cycling, and exploring British Columbia.