Sandie Brick-Margelofsky is a Brillion, WI, native who earned a Bachelor Science in 1986 from UW-Oshkosh in Human Services with a Health minor. She finished her Master of Science in Education from UW-Platteville in Agency Counseling and College Student Development in 1990. In 1995 she earned a Master of Science in Education from UW-Platteville in Guidance Counseling grades K-12. Sandie has also had specialty training in grief and bereavement from Marian University. Prior to starting her career at UW-Platteville in 2013, Sandie worked at Dodgeville High School as a guidance counselor for 17 years. From 2013-2015, Sandie served as Director of the Robert and James Wright Center for Nontraditional and Veteran Students and Patricia A. Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality. Currently Sandie is a Senior Development Officer focusing on alumni relationships and fundraising. Sandie enjoys hiking, horseback riding, spending time with husband Troy, and taking her rescue dogs Bruno and Gus for walks. Sandie lives on a horse and beef farm near Dodgeville, WI.