Sandi Hanna is a program specialist with Academic Extension at the University of Oregon. She began working for Academic Extension (then Continuing Education) in 2007. She is part of the registration and payment team and provides program support for multiple academic, lifelong learning, community engagement, and professional development programs offered through Academic Extension.
Sandi is the social media account manager for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Oregon. In addition, she coordinates a number of department-wide events for staff and leads Academic Extension’s participation in UO initiatives, including the UO Governor’s State Employee Food Drive, the Green Resilient Office Certification, the Oregon Employees Charitable Fund Drive, and the Business Commute Challenge.
Sandi came to the University of Oregon following a career working for the veterinary orthopedic surgeon D. Barclay Slocum, DVM, the developer of the Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy and Pelvic Osteotomy among other groundbreaking orthopedic procedures. In her free time she is an avid reader and creative, blogging about her process and selling her creations in her small Etsy shop.