Director, Online Communications
Sandi Fox is the Director of Online Communications at the Enough Project at American Progress. She has more than seven years of experience in digital communications, marketing outreach, data analysis, and advocacy/organizing.
Prior to joining the Enough Project, Sandi served as Email Marketing Manager at American Progress. In addition, Sandi was a U.S. Fulbright Grantee in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 2009–
She previously served as the communications manager and business development analyst at the Massachusetts State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance under the Patrick-Murray administration, where she created and implemented a blast-email program and fostered communications efforts with certified businesses and private/public partners. Before that she was at the Small Business Service Bureau, Inc., and the Patrick-Murray 2006 campaign on Lt. Gov. Tim Murray’s (D-MA) staff.
Since August 2012 Sandi has served as national alumni director for more than a thousand members of the New Leaders Council. The New Leaders Council trains and supports the next generation of progressive political entrepreneurs—leaders who set trends, build institutions, or shape industries that enhance civic and political life.
Sandi holds a bachelor’s degree in government and international relations with a minor in women’s studies, as well as a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.