Sandy Mui is an experienced web producer in the nonprofit field. In her current role as the content specialist at Everytown for Gun Safety — an organization she previously interned at — she develops content and implements the Product team’s strategies across Everytown’s web properties. Before returning to Everytown, Sandy served as the digital communications coordinator at PEN America and communications associate at WITNESS. She also currently volunteers as a Writing Works Mentor at Girls Write Now and is a member of the Asian American Journalists Association.
Sandy’s background is in journalism, having covered hard news, features, entertainment, and sports throughout college. She holds a BS in Journalism and Media Studies from the Macaulay Honors College at Brooklyn College, where she received the Vanguard Prize in Journalism. She also holds an MA in Liberal Studies (MALS) and certificate in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy from The Graduate Center, City University of New York.
At The Graduate Center, Sandy created two projects: Journalism and COVID-19: The Toll of a Pandemic, an interactive project focused on the toll of the coronavirus pandemic on journalism in the United States; and The Local Accountability Journalism Tracker, a project on local news stories that have sparked major change, which received the 2020-2021 MALS Capstone Project Prize.
An avid sports fan, Sandy supports the Brooklyn Nets and Tampa Bay Rays.