Seguin Citizen: Sandie Garcia
Posted on 1/30/2018 1:00:00 AM.
What is your current occupation?

"Child Care provider at Sprouts Learning Academy"

What does that involve?

"Caring for the children in a fun and educational environment"

What do you do off the clock "just for fun"?

"I enjoy family time, it’s the best!"

When and where were you born?

"San Antonio TX 3/3/1988"

What's the most recent book you've read?

"It’s Not What You Think – By Jefferson Bethke"

What is the best advice you've ever received?

"To get what’s meant for you, all you have to do is be you."

What is the biggest challenge you've ever faced?

"Realizing that numbers on a scale don’t define me"

If you had to describe yourself in just two words, what would they be?

"Humble, Blessed"

What inspires you?

"Being a parent"

If you could assemble a dinner party with any five guests (living or dead), who would they be?

"My boyfriend, my grandpa Urias, my mom, my grandma and my sister Gina"

What is your favorite TV show and why?

"Greys Anatomy"

What are your roles in the community?

"I am part of the SPVO at Vogel Elementary. Raised in a Christian Home. Occasionally attend church services at Crossroads."

What is your educational background?

"Graduated in 2011 from Gary Job Corp with my GED and also obtained a degree in Human Services. Obtained my Medical Assistant degree in 2016."

Share your family.

"Mother, father, step-mother, three brothers and one sister, two biological children and two bonus babies of my boyfriend that I love just like family"

What are the moments in your life and career that are your proudestaccomplishments?

"Getting my GED and finishing anything educational was such a hugaccomplishment for me."

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