Founder of Project Scientist, a nonprofit that seeks to empower girls in STEM
Sandy Marshall has spent the majority of her career in non-profit management working with organizations including American Heart Association, Special Olympics and Easter Seals. In 2006 she founded The NASCAR Foundation where she served as the organization’s executive director for six years. She is the founder and CEO of Project Scientist, a non-profit that seeks to empower girls with a passion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Project Scientist is currently running a crowd funding campaign, STEM Innovators-Project Scientist Girls!, to support more under-represented girls in STEM.