Sandi Hoff serves as Chief Operating Officer for the Greater Nashville Technology Council and Executive Director of the NTC Foundation. In addition to day-to-day operations, Sandi designed and launched the NTC’s education and workforce development programs, including the first registered technology apprenticeship program in Tennessee. She also successfully raised over $3 million in grant funds to fund the tech talent programs for the NTC.
Before joining the NTC, Sandi directed the Research and Policy programs for the Tennessee Department of Transportation. Her work and studies prior to relocating to Tennessee included teaching public policy, nonprofit and public management, and nonprofit fundraising as an Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas.
Sandi received a BA from Davidson College, her Master’s Public Administration from Georgia State University, and pursued her Ph.D. in Public Policy and Non-Profit Management at the University of Georgia. Go Dawgs! She and her husband, Chris, and their daughter, Sophie, have lived in Nashville since 2003.