Sandy Shevack earned a Doctor of Education degree in late 2018. He teaches students various Sociology courses at Monclair State University, William Paterson University, Ramapo College and Bergen Community College. He is the volunteer Education Advisor to the Bella Chanel Mentoring Program in Passaic, serving 20 girls, ages 7-14, with educational, cultural and recreation activities. During the 1980's and early 1990's, he organized youth employment and renovation projects which resulted in creating affordable housing for 15 families and a preschool/community center in Passaic. He was awarded grants to employ artists to paint 11 human rights themed murals located in Passaic and Paterson. From 2004-2007, he obtained funds for Guatemalan NGOs to construct 3 school houses in Mayan communities and harvested crops in Sandinista Nicaragua during the Contra War. He helped deliver medical supplies in Cuba. In 2000, Sandy was a runner-up of the Russ Berrie "Unsung Hero" Award. Sandy is also a member of the Advisory Board of the IMPACT Repertory Theatre of Harlem.