Sandra is a proponent for ‘human-centric tech’. She is CEO of the Global Blockchain Business Council, a leading Swiss-based not-for-profit association with nearly 400 institutional members, 178 ambassadors, across 95 jurisdictions and discipline. She also serves as Board Director of Global Digital Finance, BitGive Foundation, Yale Alumni Health Network, SendFriend, PoA Studios and advisor for Filecoin Foundation, Digital Dollar Project and others.
In 2019, she was appointed as the Senate representative of the New York State Digital Currency Task Force, and serves on the AIFC Fintech Council, World Economic Forum’s Digital Currencies Governance Consortium, International Securities Services Association’s DLT & ISO Standards, GI Trust FATF Travel Rule Standards Task Force (South Korea), GBBC’s Global Standards Mapping Initiative, Post Trade Distributed Ledger and InterWork Alliance Leadership Councils. Sandra was a founding member of many of the earliest blockchain associations including Hyperledger Foundation, The Linux Foundation and the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA).
She is a frequent guest lecturer at universities discussing topics from fintech to data privacy and security and harnessing emerging technologies to solve real world problems. She is often asked to give private testimony to governments around the world and most recently, public testimony in front of the U.S. Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, & Forestry Committee hearing on ‘Examining Digital Assets: Risks, Regulation and Innovation’.