Sandi Drucker Wright is a Board Member and Treasurer of the Suzanne Wright Foundation. Sandi has over twenty years of experience in business development and marketing across different sectors, with an underlying passion for finding connections and creating high-impact partnerships.
Sandi is co-founder of Erogear Inc., a start-up in the wearable technology space, which designs and builds flexible LED screens integrated into apparel for wearable advertising and live event branding. She is also Advisor to the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School where she has been part of the senior leadership team for the past decade. At Columbia Business School, Sandi built and managed the Nonprofit Board Leadership Program, a highly successful experiential learning program that trains MBA students to play effective roles as members of nonprofit boards upon graduation. In addition, Sandi works closely with alumni and students who are interested in engaging with the New York City nonprofit community.
In addition to her philanthropic and nonprofit-oriented work, Sandi has private-sector experience with executive level marketing and business development positions in media, retail and ecommerce, having led research at News Corporation’s online properties, as well as overseeing online marketing strategy and business development at JCrew and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Sandi is board member of Horizons at Sacred Heart University and an active alumna of Colgate University, having been elected to its Alumni Council, and serving on the Women’s Advisory Committee. She was formerly Secretary of the Board of the International Radio and Television Society Foundation and a member of the New York Public Library Cub’s Committee.
Sandi holds a BA with honors from Colgate University and a MA from Teachers College, Columbia University. During her time at Teachers College, Sandi focused on children’s media and technology. Sandi lives in NYC with her husband and three daughters.