Sandra Lozano has lived in Woodbridge since 1997. She holds a bilingual (English and French) Honours BA and an MA from York University. She obtained her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2005 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2006. She worked for the Ontario government as Senior Policy Analyst after law school including the Ministry of Health and the Financial Services Commission.
Sandra has had her own family law practice since 2011.
She has volunteered for many organizations including Habitat for Humanity and been on the Board of Blue Door Shelters, the Hispanic Canadian Bar Association and is currently President of the Hispanic Canadian Heritage Council. She has advocated for social justice, access to justice and equity and has participated in the Law Society’s Equity Advisory Group, the Roundtable of Diversity Associations and JusticeNet Ontario.
Sandra has provided advice and worked with abused women from Sandgate Shelter and the Centre for Spanish Speaking Peoples.