Sandy has spoken to over 300 organizations ranging from businesses, schools, and health facilities to women’s groups, senior agencies, and colleges. She is the author of Feed Your Brain for Learning and Feed Your Brain for Memory.
With a master’s degree in biochemistry from Michigan State University, Sandy is a health writer for the Observer/Eccentric newspapers and for Quality Lifestyle magazine, a periodical for older adults. She also teaches professional development classes for teachers, RNs, and LPNs at Henry Ford Community College, as well as personal health classes at Schoolcraft College. For 12 years, Sandy directed Generations at Botsford, a hospital-based health promotion department that served 30,000 older adults. In other capacities, she was senior editor of Student Assistance Journal, and an adjunct instructor of chemistry and biochemistry at University of Michigan-Dearborn and Madonna University.
Clients who have engaged Sandy Baumann for presentations, workshops, courses, keynotes, and seminars include: AFSCME Union 1815, American House Senior Residences, American Axle, Chrysler Corporation, Council for Action on Aging, Dearborn Schools, Farmington Schools, Henry Ford Community College, Infusion Nurses Association, International Association of Administrative Professionals, Madonna University, Michigan Activity Professionals, Michigan Employee Services and Recreation Association, Northville High School, Oakland Schools, Pontiac Schools, Royal Oak School Board, Schoolcraft College, Service Coordinators Conference, Sunrise Senior Living, Waltonwood, West Bloomfield High School, Walled Lake High School, Yoga Association of Southeast Michigan, and more.