Title: School Teacher, Computer Analyst and Computer Consultant (Retired)
Location: Carmichael, California, United States
Sandra L. Morrey, school teacher, computer analyst, and retired computer consultant, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in teachers.
With many years of experience to her credit, Ms. Morrey has excelled as a teacher at the Department of Defense Overseas Education in Germany. Throughout her career, she served in many positions and educational systems. She began as a teacher at Smith River, California. Subsequently, she taught at Fremont, California, at various posts in California working for the American Military, and later as a teacher of children of American military personnel working with NATO forces in Germany for six years.
Ms. Morrey worked as an aide to the vice president of Coldwell Banker Company before transitioning to Steelcase Inc. as a systems analyst for four years. She garnered expertise as a computer analyst and computer consultant before retiring from the position. Previously in her career, she served with the United States Divers for four years. Before embarking on her professional path, she pursued an education at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo where she earned a Bachelor of Science in 1964.
In addition to her primary vocation, Ms. Morrey remains affiliated with various organizations in relation to her areas of expertise. She was a member of the Brownies Girl Scouts and Job’s Daughters. She held the role of officer at Eastern Star and the Daughters of the Nile. In light of her impressive undertakings, she has accrued several accolades throughout her career. She was selected for inclusion in multiple editions of Marquis Who’s Who of Professional Women. She was presented with Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award and the Marquis Who’s Who Humanitarian Award, in addition to being featured as a top professional by the Wall Street Journal.
Ms. Morrey attributes her success to her parents for what they taught her throughout her life. She always believed herself to be bound for a career in education since deciding to be a schoolteacher in the second grade, as she was identified as preternaturally gifted with children. She taught her first class before completing her bachelor’s degree. Her most notable achievement was giving a little bit of home to children of American military families stationed in Germany, providing her students with a degree of stability while they were in her class.
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