Sandy RuechaDatabase Manager
Sandy Ruecha serves as the Database Manager at Camp Harbor View. In this role, she is responsible for the organization’s database infrastructure, implementing and managing system features that enable and improve CHV programs and operations. She is also responsible for system maintenance and procedures to ensure data integrity and quality.
Sandy joined Camp Harbor View in 2019 as the 9th Grade RISE Program Coordinator. From enrollment to mentorship, Sandy played a key role in creating and facilitating enriching curriculum and workshops for more than one hundred teens during their first year of the CHV Leadership Academy, cultivating rising leaders to be successful in the Leader in Training program.
Prior to CHV, she was the Assistant Director of Out of School Time at the Roxbury YMCA. During her tenure at the Roxbury YMCA, she helped the program site achieve enrollment goals, advocated for more resources to enrich the environment for children ages 5-13 years old, and maintained EEC licensure. Earlier in her career, she was a preschool teacher at the Abbott Children’s Learning Center in Wellesley, teaching children critical language, social, and motor skills.
Sandy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Boston College. She lives in Boston and continues to be actively involved in the community.
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