Sandra Gray Social Justice Advocacy LLC
Writer in New York
Sandra Gray Social Justice Advocacy (SGSJA) Communications is a Community Based for the Undeserved in Collaboration with Attorneys, Elected Officials and Community Leaders, Educators, and Business Leaders and focuses on Advocacy for Equity, Civil Rights Policy,and Creative Artist Communications Representation.
In addition to studying Law, Performing Arts (Vocal Music) and Recording Arts at CUNY, Mount Saint Vincent, and UCLA, Sandra was Mentored and trained as a young teen by Legendary Civil Rights Attorney Florynce Rae "Flo" Kennedy, and Famed New York City Administrative Law Judge Rose Nussbaum. As a teen and University student, Sandra served as a paid intern at ABC-TV, Warner Brothers, Atlantic Records, Performed Off-Broadway, Interned, was Published, and a Featured Artist in Music Connection Magazine, and worked as a Graduate Intern at the Mayor’s Office of the City of New York.
Ms. Gray composed EEOC Policies and monitored Process Improvement Teams in the Executive Office of the West Los Angeles VA Healthcare Center, and her Policy Recommendations were implemented via former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta, Commissioner for the Administration for Children's Services.