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Sandra Kim

Featured Speaker

Sandra Kim has over 15 years of experience in marketing, public relations, and media relations with various Fortune 500 companies. She is also the mother of three kids who started homeschooling during the pandemic. She has a master of science in journalism from the Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism. At Northwestern, she received a $10,000 special studies scholarship in religion, spirituality, and ethics. She really enjoys trying new foods, traveling, reading, crafting with her kids, and running Disney races! Sandra is fluent in Korean and loves everything French. (Ooh la la!) She currently lives in Loudoun County with her husband, John, their three kids, and a rescue puppy named Tupelo.


Session 1
A Conversation with Working Moms
Does working and homeschooling HAVE to be chaos? How do you set priorities and choose what is truly important? How do you avoid over- or under-scheduling? This is a chance to get answers to YOUR questions!
Session 3

Travel the World and Homeschool

This workshop will address how to homeschool while traveling—turning your travels into your curriculum, bullet-journaling, and incorporating real-life skills into your journey, as well as what to do when you return from the trip and need to get back on track!

Session 4

Cultural Heritage Panel

Session 6

Working Professionally and Homeschooling Full-Time

This workshop will cover all the “how-tos” of homeschooling elementary school while working full-time: how to manage relationships in the home, easy food ideas, and think outside the Monday-Friday box. Sandra will present tried-and-true practices that actually work! You’ll learn how to comfortably navigate finding your community, using online and live classes, and increasing your children’s executive functioning skills.