About Sandi Stuart
Sandi Stuart’s career as an entrepreneur began as an outsider. Breaking down barriers as Executive Vice President of apparel giant Bugle Boy Industries for a remarkable 26 years, Sandi was among the first female sales executives in the men’s clothing business, building the company’s sales from 0 to more than 500 million dollars annually.
She went on to serve as Executive Vice President of Cherokee Group responsible for brand acquisition, placement and management.
In 2007 Sandi brought legendary fashion designer Norma Kamali’s iconic brand to Wal-Mart Stores in an unprecedented retail direct apparel partnership.
In 2008 Sandi co-founded Agency Licensing, Inc.
Sandi has served as a court appointed child advocate in Los Angeles County, and written about adoption issues for American Adoption Congress’ Decree magazine.
In addition to consulting on issues important to women in business, Sandi focuses on providing and sharing Practical Consciousness for Women Entrepreneurs.
Sandi has been a student of metaphysics and meditation for over 30 years. She is a graduate of The Institute of Integrated Body Psychotherapy, and teaches at the Institute in Los Angeles and Italy.
She lives with her husband of 34 years in Malibu, CA. They are the parents of an adult daughter.