Sandi Stock was born and raised in New Jersey. After high school, she moved to New York while studying dance in college. Three years later, she decided to revisit her lifelong passion for theatre and moved to Miami to attend New World School of the Arts. In the years since becoming a Florida transplant, Sandi has made a name for herself as a professional actor/singer/dancer. She has recently been seen in two of the most critically acclaimed productions of the summer- 1776 at Palm Beach Dramaworks and HAIR at the Kravis Center. She is an AEA Equity Membership Candidate and has worked throughout South Florida at Actors' Playhouse, the Florida Grand Opera, Slow Burn Theatre Company, Broward Stage Door, and more. Up next, she'll be playing the "Acid Queen" Gypsy in The Who's Tommy with Outré Theatre Company at Showtime Theatre in Boca Raton December 1-18. Directly following, she'll be starring alongside Avery Sommers, Laura Hodos, and Reggie Whitehead in the regional premiere of Blues in the Night at Arts Garage in Delray Beach, opening in January.
Sandi spends her free time as a fit-life coach, helping others reach their goals and learn to live a healthy lifestyle. She is well known for her spunk and perpetual smile. She is thrilled to be here at Insight for the Blind as the new Volunteer Coordinator, and is so grateful for the opportunity to be even a small part of sharing the joy of reading with those who are unable to read on their own. "All I strive for each day is to bring a smile to someone's face!"