Message Me
Retired principal, part time educational support specialist | Atlanta area (Lithonia/Stonecrest, Georgia)
Saundra Henderson Windom is a celebrated and decorated educator who retired as principal of Alonzo A. Crim Open Campus High school in Atlanta, Georgia. Known by her Korean name, Chang, Bang Sun, her friends affectionately call her Sandy. Her administrative staff adds yet another moniker as they jokingly call her “Forrest Gump” because of her vast life experiences and stories.

An orphan of the Korean War, she was one of the first Korean “baby lift” adoptees to America when Korea began purging and exiling mix-race children of the war. Adopted into an African American family in Compton, California, in 1958, Saundra excelled academically, earning her undergraduate degree from Stanford and her Masters from the University of Southern California.

Sandy, a devoted mother of three, also supports orphaned and needy children through her church’s partnerships with local and international missionary programs, including World Vision, the very organization whose mission saved her life.
Latest Book