Sandra Flores previously served as the first program director of the Fresno County Preterm Birth Collective Impact Initiative, a collaborative effort to reduce the number of babies born prematurely in Fresno County. The Fresno County Preterm Birth Initiative is part of the larger $100-million, 10-year Preterm Birth Initiative, led by the University of California, San Francisco, and funded by Lynne and Marc Benioff and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Fresno County is one of six sites selected for the Preterm Birth Initiative, and the only site implementing the collective impact model. Alameda County and San Francisco are the other two U.S. locations, with international sites that include Nairobi, Rwanda and Uganda. Sandra was the Senior Program Officer for the Central Valley Community Foundation (formerly Fresno Regional Foundation). She was with the Foundation from 2007 through 2016. As part of her role at the Central Valley Community Foundation, she oversaw the competitive grant making program which included Arts & Culture, Youth, Human Services, and Environment. As Senior Program Officer she also led the Teen Pregnancy Prevention and High Impact grant making initiatives on behalf of the foundation. A native of Fresno, Flores attended Fresno City College and received her bachelor’s degree in history from Oklahoma City University. She is a member of the Adolescent Sexual Health Work Group, an organization through the California Department of Public Health that promotes and protects the sexual and reproductive health of youth in California.