Sandra Yancey is an award-winning entrepreneur, international business owner, ABC radio show host, author, movie producer, speaker and philanthropist who is dedicated to helping women achieve and succeed. She is the founder & CEO of eWomenNetwork, the No. 1 resource for connecting and promoting women and their businesses in North America. She also is the co-founder of MyGLOW.Net, an international authentic, heart-centered social network for women.
Sandra is the recipient of numerous business awards including Excellence in Leadership from the Euro-American Women’s Council in Athens Greece; the Entrepreneur Star Award from Microsoft; the Woman Advocate of the Year Award from the Women’s Regional Publishing Association; Women Advocate of the Year from Enterprising Women Magazine; and the Distinguished Women’s Award from Northwood University.
Sandra is the author of "Relationship Networking: The Art of Turning Contacts Into Connections," co-author, with Julie Ziglar Norman, of "Mastering Moxie: From Contemplating to Creating Absolute Success," is featured in "Chicken Soup for the Entrepreneur’s Soul," which showcases some of the top entrepreneurs in North America. Her book, "TGIF: Thank God I Failed—How Setbacks Can be a Setup for Skyrocketing Success!" is a book full of rich insights, lessons learned and savvy moves that inspire and shake-up old paradigms of success.
The inspirational movie she produced, "The GLOW Project," has impacted women all over the world, teaching them to embrace their glow as well as being authentic and purposeful in all they do.
Central to Sandra’s commitment to serving others is the eWomenNetwork Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit, which supports the financial and emotional health of women and children in need. Since its inception in 2000, the Foundation has awarded millions of dollars in cash grants, in-kind donations and support to over 80 women’s nonprofit organizations across North America and 113 Conference scholarships to emerging female leaders of tomorrow. CNN featured Sandra as an American Hero for her role in mobilizing much needed resources for the girl’s high school basketball team of Pass Christian, Mississippi, in the wake of the Hurricane Katrina devastation.
Sandra holds a Master’s of Science degree in Organizational Development from The American University, Washington D.C. and a two-year post-graduate certification in "Organization and Systems Development" from the prestigious Gestalt Institute.
Sandra lives in Dallas, Texas, with her husband, Kym; they are the proud parents of a daughter and son.