Sandra Lee Fewer is a fourth generation Chinese American San Franciscan. She and her husband, John Fewer, have lived in Richmond for over 50 years. They raised our three children here, Sara, Colleen and Rory, and have deep roots in this neighborhood. The entire family has attended Richmond District public schools.
- It’s here that I served as PTA President for 12 terms, then continued to serve my neighborhood and City as a School Board Commissioner. My husband served for 35 years as a San Francisco police officer, retiring in 2012 at Richmond District Station. It is the only real home we have ever known, and we wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
- Our family history is rooted in San Francisco. My great grandfather started the first Chinese produce business in San Francisco’s Chinatown. My husband’s father, Brian Fewer, founded Friends of the Urban Forest and San Francisco Beautiful. After graduating from Washington High School, I attended City College of San Francisco and proudly earned my AA Degree. I went on to receive my BA degree in Justice Administration and a Masters of Public Administration degree at Golden Gate University.
In 2001, Fewer began working for Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth as the Director of Parent Organizing and Educational Policy. She presented parent rights workshops to over 500 parents each year and trained several parents to be leaders in their schools and in their communities. In 2008, with community support, she was elected to the School Board for the San Francisco Unified School District. In 2010, Fewer was elected to the San Francisco Democratic Party and served for two years. I ran for a second term on the School Board in 2012 and came in first citywide.
November 25, 2019 supporters of San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Fewer came out to Civic Center Plaza today to denounce a recall campaign against her sparked by an anti-police chant she led at newly elected District Attorney Chesa Boudin’s campaign rally on election night.
The Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco) Celebrates 45 years of Resilience and Resistance.
On Saturday, October 7, 2017, the Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco) will celebrate our 45th anniversary with the theme, “Harnessing the Strength of a Thousand Rivers.
Host committee members were:
Fahd Ahmed, Alysabeth Alexander, Mike Casey, Myra Chow,Cathy Dang, Antonio Diaz, Supervisor Sandy Lee Fewer, Norman Fong, Conny Ford, Alicia Garza,George Goehl, Rudy Gonzales, Corinna Gould, Sherry Hirota, Dana Kawaoka-Chen, Helen Kim, Supervisor Jane Kim, Aarti Kohli, Laura Livoti, Gordon Mar, Xavier Morales, Vanessa Moses, Tim Paulson, Supervisor Aaron Peskin, Ai-jen Poo, and Mu Ping Poo, Supervisor Hillary Ronen, Saket Soni, Sarath Suong, Mabel Teng, Shiree Teng, Supervisor Norman Yee, Haeyoung Yoon, Miya Yoshitani, Anand Singh.
Pam Tau Lee support
Pam Tau Lee supported Sandra Lee Fewer for San Francisco Supervisor.
Chelsea Boilard was Campaign manager at Sandra Fewer for District 1 Supervisor.
Chelsea Boilard April 10, 2016 ·
Eric Mar February 23, 2016
Me and the WONDER WOMEN! Please join our WESTSIDE [19th Assembly District] SLATE for the DCCC [democratic party's central cmtee] June 7 election. with Myrna Melgar, Hene Kelly [wonder woman], Brigitte Davila, Alysabeth Alexander, Leah LaCroix, Sandra Lee Fewer and Norman Yee! We can take back the party from Big Business lobbyists and REAL ESTATE speculators! But we need your help through the June 7 elections. — with Myrna Melgar and Hene Kelly.
Rose Pak Democratic Club 2016 voter guide
- Jane Kim
- Victor Hwang
- Sandra Fewer
- Aaron Peskin
- Norman Yee
- Hillary Ronen
- Lateefah Simon
- Stevon Cook
- Matt Haney
- Mark Sanchez
- Rafael Mandelman
- Alex Randolph
- Tom Temprano
Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA) May 23, 2018
For immediate release, please see our press release on San Francisco Board of Supervisors passing Non-Citizen Vote implementation. Thank you to all of our community allies ( Carecen SF African Advocacy Network) for providing their support and Supervisors Norman Yee Sandra Lee Fewer, Hillary Ronen for sponsoring the ordinance!
“The implementation of Prop N will enable working immigrant families to address K-12 education equity issues through the power of the ballot,” said Cynthia Choi, co-executive director of CAA. “For more than a decade immigrant families and parents leaders have fought hard to make Proposition N a reality, and the Department of Elections is now clearly tasked and given direction on how to implement Prop N despite the challenges of the current political climate.”
Gordon Mar for Supervisor
Gordon Mar June 18 2018.
So proud to have the support of Supervisor Ronen, Supervisor Fewer, my brother former Supervisor Mar, my family, colleagues, and community members today as I officially filed to run for District 4 Supervisor. I’m so excited to embark on this journey and I can’t wait to tell you more about my campaign. — feeling excited with Anakh Sul Rama, Carolyn Ji Jong Goossen, Michael Mar, Maria Guillen, Conny Ford, Eric Mar, Hillary Ronen, Rick Claymore, Ryan McGilley, Raquel R. Redondiez, Matthew L. Steen, Ken Tray, Cecilia Wong, Sandra Fewer, Wendolyn Aragon, Carlos Gutierrez, Lynn Yokoe, Linshao Chin, James Tracy and Sze-Shun Lau.