Posted: Friday, March 1, 2019. 1:23 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Sandra Pollard Hall is the US Embassy’s March Woman of the Month.
Every month, the United States Embassy in Belize honors a Belizean woman for her arduous work in the country.
Sandra has worked for Belize as a Civil Servant and as an advocate for women and children. She gained a wealth of experience in the government sector both as Permanent Secretary and as Chief Executive Officer of several Ministries.
Her passion and commitment to make a difference have been evident throughout her career.
During her tenure of service with UNICEF Belize, she liaised with Government to ensure the implementation of the UNICEF Belize Country Programme and co-managed the first UNICEF Children’s Advisory Committee that allowed children to become actively engaged in promoting the human rights of children.
As Chairperson of the National Committee for Families and Children, Hall monitored the implementation of the National Plan of Action for Children and Adolescents that addressed education, health, child protection, HIV/AIDS, family and culture.
Retired, Sandra is active in her community and hopes to make a difference. She serves on the Board of Directors of Marla’s House of Hope, a home that provides a safe and nurturing environment for girls who have experienced abuse or neglect.
Sandra is a member of the Board of Directors of the Children of Hope Foundation-Belize securing educational support for children up to tertiary level.
She also created the Mountain View Neighbourhood Watch Group and as Coordinator, addresses issues that promote safety for residents.
Sandra believes that we are our brother’s keeper and should leave this world a little better than we found it.
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