Cheryl Sandy – Activities Director

Cheryl is native to Taos Pueblo and has lived here her whole life. She’s an inspired artist who paints and also uses woodburning techniques to etch her designs into wooden hiking and walking sticks.
Cheryl also recently started making pottery and was relieved to find that her pots held up during kitchen tests.

Cheryl worked for Taos Retirement Village years ago and felt that it was time to return. She rejoined the team as Activities Director in August 2012. Her life-long love of art and arts and crafts coupled with a profound appreciation for seniors and community is a great asset to Taos Retirement Village.

“I grew up with great respect for my elders. I was taught that elders are always part of your life. They’ve lived life, raised children and can help teach you what’s wrong and right.”