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Sandi Levi
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Sandi Levi was elected to the Nampa City Council in November 2015. She has lived in Nampa for 22 years. For the past 5 1/2 years she has attended City Council meetings and has been actively volunteering in Nampa and the Treasure Valley for over 14 years. Sandi has a passion for her community, to connect people, and support local and small business. Treating others with respect and value are important to her.

For the past 25 years, Sandi has been home educating her children; preschool-college prep. She has also taught at a private school where she has created and developed curriculum for high school students. Some of the topics include: business, business etiquette, life skills, home economics, health and nutrition and puppetry. Sandi loves being a mom. She has raised six children and has two grandchildren. Currently she is a personal assistant to an elderly woman.

After serving eight years as a trustee for the Nampa Public Library, Sandi resigned to begin her service as councilwoman. She also serves as a commissioner on the Canyon County Planning and Zoning Commission and senior election judge. She also volunteers with the Nampa Mayor's Teen Council, Nampa Library Foundation, Ford Idaho Center, KTSY, Idaho Food Bank-HBC, Victims of ABUSE Advocate, and is a member of Heritage Bible Church.

In the past she has also served as CERT Coordinator for Nampa and Canyon County, served as a community member of Idaho Press-Tribune editorial and reader's advisory boards; and took part in the Nampa Police Department's Citizen's Police Academy and Citizen's Legal Academy.

Sandi enjoys learning new things, meeting people, working out, reading and the mountains. Her favorite word is organization. Her favorite quote is by Albert Einstein: "What is right is not always popular and what is popular is not always right."

Councilwoman Levi serves on the Nampa Development Corporation's Board of Commissioners and is City Council liaison to the Valley Regional Transit Board and Nampa Arts & Historic Preservation Commission.


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