Sandy Vogel supports a variety of administrative functions within operations, finance, and business development, helping Aspen Leadership Group run efficiently and effectively.
Before joining Aspen Leadership Group, Sandy worked at the University of Pennsylvania focused on project management, office administration, and event execution for diverse audiences in the School of Arts and Sciences. Prior to Penn, she worked at Drexel University at the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement, where she connected students to volunteer opportunities with Philadelphia non-profit organizations and managed the university’s voter engagement efforts. Sandy’s leadership on voter engagement during the 2018 midterms garnered Drexel’s designation as a Voter Friendly Campus and a “Best in Class” award from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge.
Sandy holds a bachelor’s degree in political science with a minor in sociology from Temple University and a master’s degree in urban strategy from Drexel University. Based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she volunteers as the Membership Chair for the League of Women Voters of Philadelphia, a nonpartisan political organization which encourages informed and active participation in government through voter registration and education.