Sandra Goldmark joined the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Board in 2020. Sandra is the Director for Campus Sustainability and Climate Action and an Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Barnard College, and serves on the leadership team developing the Columbia Climate School. She is the author of Fixation: How to Have Stuff Without Breaking the Planet and a creator of the Sustainable Production Toolkit, a comprehensive resource to support performing arts organizations in transitioning to more sustainable and equitable practices in production and operations. Sandra has designed scenery and costumes for theatres around the country, including with HVSF. In 2013, Sandra founded Fixup, a social enterprise that advances circular economy solutions to overconsumption. Over seven years, Fixup employed dozens of local theatre artists, stagehands, and technicians to repair broken household items, and diverted over 10,000 pounds from landfills. Sandra’s work has been covered in the New York Times, BBC, MSNBC, the Wall Street Journal, Sunday Times of London, WNYC, Salon.com, and many more. Sandra has a BA in American History and Literature from Harvard College, and an MFA in Design from Yale School of Drama. She lives in New York with her husband and two children.