Sandra Oborokumo is retired from the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Federal Service began in Washington, DC, in 1971, with the Food and Nutrition Service. Sandra was reassigned to the Forest Service in 1974 from which she served for over 25 years. Sandra relocated from Washington, DC, to the USDA Forest Service, Southern Region, Atlanta, GA, in 1995. Sandra’s Federal Service ended in June 1999 from this location and she moved back to Rock Hill to assist with taking care of both grandmothers.
Sandra is a Rock Hill native, attending Emmett Scott High School for 2 years. Sandra’s early childhood and education were in Washington, DC. Sandra graduated from the University of Maryland, University College, College Park, MD, in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business and Management. Sandra has since received many certificates of accomplishment in human resources management, outstanding service awards, and certificates of appreciation for service.
Sandra has worked at Restoration Outreach Ministries and Safe Passage, Incorporated, in Rock Hill. Sandra actively serves as the Assistant Secretary for the Rock Hill Chapter of the NAACP. Sandra is an Inside Rock Hill graduate and has served as Secretary on the Weed and Seed Steering Committee, co-founder and Secretary of the Black Male Summit Committee, and Leader at Celebrate Recovery.
Sandra is a member of Impact Community Church and BSF (Bible Study Fellowship) in Rock Hill. She served as Children’s Program leader for 2 years at BSF and currently serves as Shepherd at the Good News Club in Rock Hill.
Sandra D. Oborokumo
1684 Mulberry Circle
Rock Hill, SC 29732