Sandra Anadiotis

Board Member

Sandra Anadiotis

Sandra Anadiotis is Vice President of Finance and Contract Administration at ConverDyn, an energy company owned by Honeywell International Inc. and General Atomics.  She has held numerous positions within the organization over 20+ years and currently is responsible for the financial performance of the $200 M revenue company.

Sandra believes that working professionals outside the philanthropic sector have no less of a moral responsibility to fight for a more equitable and inclusive world. She has volunteered her time on various committees in the areas of fundraising, auditing and educational youth programs, as well as being an active member of the Greek Orthodox Church.  She has volunteered at Champa House, a transitional facility for single mothers, and she has been an active participant of Philoptochos, a philanthropic outreach organization that works to preserve the sanctity of life and family.  She supports the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago.

Sandra is a proud Wyoming native and will always consider it home.  She has many wonderful memories of her life and extended family who still reside there.  While Matthew’s tragedy is certainly not what she wants Wyoming to be known for, Sandra’s service on the board is a commitment to never let it be forgotten.  She lived Matthew’s passing in real time, from a real place of experience, and made sure that her own children heard Matthew’s story and spread his message as seen by her son’s performance in “The Laramie Project” play in 2017.

Sandra is a resident of Denver, Colorado.  She is a University of Wyoming alumni with a Bachelor of Science in Business Education.  She has been a vocal advocate for the University and for the state since her early adult years.  Upon moving to Denver in 1988, Sandra continued her education and graduated with an MBA degree from Regis University in Denver.

Sandra is most proud of her two children who were both honor student graduates from Denver Public Schools and who have both successfully moved on to college and post college careers.   She treasures time spent with family, traveling, cooking (eating) and entertaining friends.