Major: Health & Society
Minor: Political Science
Clubs & Activities: Dance, RA, Class Officer, Phi Beta Kappa
Study Abroad: Prague, Czech Republic
During her four years at Beloit, Sandy developed a strong interest in the intersections between dance and social change and dance and progressive politics. During her senior year, she had the rewarding experience of choreographing a dance (and later presenting a symposium) based on interviews she conducted abroad, of three generations of Czechs who lived under communism. Chris Johnson, Marion Fass and Ann Davies served as mentors to Sandy, encouraging both the activist and the artist in her. After graduating, Sandy interned with the National Women’s Health Network and the progressive Center for American Progress. She has also continued to find ways to merge dance and social justice, most recently choreographing and leading a 100+ person flash mob on the Lincoln Memorial in honor of Equal Pay Day!
Profile for Sandy Bogar’10 was last updated on Jun 17, 2019