Sandy Tabor is the office administrator, grant writer and technical assistant for Louisiana Center for Women in Government and Business. She has an extensive background developing and supervising operational budgets, income statements and expenditures for non-profits.
Sandy also serves the bayou community as a Bayou Junior Woman’s Club member, 2000-present; Vice-President, 2017-present; Director of Junior Clubs, 2018-present; Chairman, Legislation and Public Relations Legislative Action Center, 2018-present; a Board Member for Music at St. John’s, 2016-present; Thibodaux Music Club, 2015-present; and as a Charter Member and Board of Directors, Secretary-Treasurer, Bayou Community Band.
Sandy holds a B.A. from Nicholls State University and is a member of Nu Alpha Epsilon Honor Society. She received an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts from Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell, Montana and was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
Currently, Tabor is a Recruiting Assistant for the United States Census Bureau and the proud parent of rescued Jack the Fat Rat Terrier.