A Life of Service

The candidate for Improvement

About Sandy Bartlett

I am a lifetime supporter of our precious environment through sustainability, better education through innovation and career advancement through training.  I believe in focusing on these matters preserves hope in communities which equates to less crime.

I have been a Maryland City homeowner for 14 years where I reside with my husband, Scott and two adult children.  My youngest is a senior at University of Maryland Baltimore County and attended Anne Arundel County Public Schools.  I am expecting my first grandchild in February with my eldest daughter!  Currently, the youngest family member is our mixed Maltese named “Maggie.”

In 2006, I was appointed to serve as a Designated Member of the Anne Arundel County Democratic Central Committee and became an elected member in the Gubernatorial 2010 election and re-elected in 2014.  I served as Chairman for several subcommittees on the Central Committee.  I started the Show Your Heart outreach program for teachers and veterans and spearheaded the June Community Forum for the western part of our county.

I have over 30 years’ experience serving as a volunteer to get Democrats elected to public office.  My professional career is rooted in the legal community.  I have a solo law practice concentrating on Intellectual Property – Trademarks, Copyrights and General Business Law.  I graduated from the Catholic University of America – Columbus School of Law where she earned her J.D.  I am member of the Maryland State Bar, Anne Arundel County Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association and the U.S. District Court of Maryland Bar.   I am a part-time faculty member teaching at Anne Arundel Community College where I engage my students in business and law classes.

I have been a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.  since 1985 and an active member of Psi Epsilon Omega chapter where I have served as chairman and liasion for various committees.  I became a Life Member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in March 1991.  Lately, I have enjoyed working with the Anne Arundel County NAACP Chapter and was honored to be a guest speaker at the Waxter Dention Center.  Also, I have served as a board member for Bay Community Support Services (Bay CSS) for almost three year.