Sandra (Sandy) Stone is a SoCal native who has worked 35+ years in real estate development as well as property management in Orange and Riverside Counties.
Sandy’s philanthropic work in the community spans over 25 years beginning with the Assistance League of Newport-Mesa where she served as Building and Expansion Chairman and helped to move the organization from their cramped quarters to their new state of the art 20,000 square foot facility. She and her husband David are also active in the United Way of Orange County where Sandy was a founding member of the Women’s Philanthropy Fund. They are committed to making a difference through causes they care deeply about including children, education, and scientific research on aging that impacts the future of humanity. Sandy and David are also devoted patrons of Chapman University, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, UC Irvine Medical Center, American Red Cross and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Sandy is currently semi-retired and lives in Newport Beach with her husband David and has two children and four grandchildren. When she is not home in the OC she is traveling the globe with her husband on their boat Solaia.