Sandy Schnitzer

CGA Board Member

Sandy learned to hit a golf ball in college, but has only recently learned to truly appreciate how the game of golf is played! She loves the challenge of playing golf, and the camaraderie that golf promotes. She is especially thrilled when she sees former students who are enjoying golf and playing in CWGA tournaments (and playing a lot better than I do!)

She was born in Buffalo, NY and moved to Colorado in 1954 with her family. She has BS in Health and Physical Education from Colorado State University, a MA in Physical Education from Adams State University and a MS in Environmental Science from the University of Colorado.

Sandy has taught and coached (a variety of sports, but not golf) in the Denver Public Schools,the Aurora Public Schools (Gateway High School), then worked in the Department of Instructional Services as a Teacher Resource. She concluded her career in education as an Assistant Principal of William C. Hinkley High School.

She served as President, Board of Directors for the Friends of Bluff Lake Environmental Education Center, and the Vice-President and President of the Colorado State Senior Women’s Golf Association. Her hobbies include reading, quilting, birding, traveling and geocaching.