Sanford Hinden is a self-development, relationship and communication trainer, coach and speaker. He presents educational programs in schools, libraries, community organizations and businesses to help individuals, couples, families and organizations reach their full-potential.
Sandy served in United Nations Non-Governmental Organizations for 23 years and as Executive Director for the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center for 12 years.
He was the program director for Community Partners for Coordinated Services for Suffolk Community Council on a grant from Suffolk County, developing health, human service and school collaborations for students and families at-risk and in-need.
He is author of 7 Keys to Love ~ Opening Love’s Door to Joy & Well-being, and was given an Outstanding Advocate for the Arts Award by the Long Island Arts Council.
Sandy graduated with a BA in Psychology with honors, Queens College, City University of New York with a second major in Interpersonal Relations and Group Facilitation.
With a background in education, health and human services, the arts, the environment, peace-building, government and business, Sandy provides consulting for organizations, businesses and not-for-profits.
He has worked for peace locally, nationally and globally for 45 years in peace gardens, with peace museums worldwide, on the U.S. Department for Peace campaign, as a founder of a peace and sustainability center in Kenya, as a community organizer for conflict resolution, and as a trainer in meditation, compassionate communication and healthy, loving relationship.
Sandy's work with people and organizations draws from extensive studies and experience with: