Evesham Fire-Rescue and Evesham Township congratulate FF/Inspector/EMT Sandra Lynch-Massi for being recognized as one of Burlington County's Outstanding Women of The Year. On Thursday March 28th, the Burlington County Advisory Council on Women and the Board of Chosen Freeholders honored six women who have made a difference and an impact in the community as leaders in business, education, public service, social service, and the arts. Sandy received the award for her contributions to public service.
Sandy works in a non-traditional career serving as a role model for women and girls who seek to become firefighters and EMTs. She is employed by Evesham Fire-Rescue where she is currently assigned to our Main Street station. Sandy is dedicated to the highest standards of professionalism and performance.
A member of the International Association of Firefighters Local 4687, she participates in various fundraising efforts including the Relay For Life, the Muscular Dystrophy Fill the Boot fundraiser, and the I.A.F.F. Charitable Fitness Team where she recently completed the Marine Corp Marathon.
Sandy earned a masters degree in Public Administration from Farleigh Dickinson University and is a Certified Fire Inspector and Emergency Medical Technician. She is an instructor of firefighting and emergency medical technician skills at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center.