Bridge To A Cure Foundation has added Sandy Ward as its newest addition to the Bridge To A Cure Foundation Board of Advisors. Her passion for positively impacting children’s lives was developed through her extensive background in various corporate and community support roles and volunteer leadership.

Ward’s career path includes coordinating in the Machinery Apparatus Operation for the U.S. Navy at GE; she served as an

Sandy Ward

executive assistant in the Large Steam Turbine division and performed as the executive assistant to the director of pensions at Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Boston.

In addition to her corporate experience, Ward has been deeply involved in community service and philanthropy. Among many other volunteer positions, she served as the president of Children’s Aid for two years. She was president of the PTA for the International School of Brussels, showcasing her global perspective and dedication to children.

“While Sandy modestly describes herself as ‘not an exciting person,’ her extensive volunteering and diverse experiences demonstrate a remarkable commitment to community, leadership, and making a positive impact for kids and families,” explains Bridge To A Cure Foundation President Robert Martin. “We are thrilled to welcome Sandy Ward to the Advisory Board, confident that her wealth of experiences and passion for philanthropy will contribute significantly to the success of our mission.”

About Bridge To A Cure Foundation

Bridge To A Cure Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, raises funds to unify and transform childhood cancer research. Dedicated to healthier, happier kids, the nonprofit’s action plan connects the people, information, and resources needed to accelerate life-saving cures for childhood cancer. For more information, visit

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