Ana Sandoval is a product of San Antonio’s District 7. After graduating as Valedictorian of Thomas Jefferson High School in 1993, Ms. Sandoval went on to obtain a B.S. from MIT in Chemical Engineering, M.S. at Stanford University in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a Master’s in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. As a Fulbright Scholar in 1997-1998, she also obtained a Diplomado in Binational Business from the ITAM in Mexico City.
Ms. Sandoval’s career has been dedicated to public service. She has over ten years of professional experience working with local governments. She has worked for VIA Metropolitan Transit in long range planning; the San Francisco Bay Area Air Quality Management District in air quality and climate change, environmental justice, and public information and engagement programs; and with the Harvard School of Public Health and the UT School of Public Health San Antonio on environmental health research projects.
Ms. Sandoval is one of three daughters. She lives next door to her parents, Tomas and Julia, who still live in Ana’s childhood home.