Sandy Cajas Graduated from Chaffey Community College in Rancho Cucamonga with a degree in Consumer Sciences. Throughout this time she also served as program interim assistant director for the fashion department, and continued her education at Cal Poly Pomona through an exclusive program offered in Apparel Manufacturing.
Mrs. Cajas trained Fashion History at Brooks College. To later develop training curriculum programs. She serves in many Community organizations such as Southridge Home Owners Association, Inland Empire Advisory Council, EMPLEO, TBAC, DGS Small Business Council, BizFED and CalTrans StateWide Small Business Council.
Sandy is the current Chair for the California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Southern Region.
Mrs. Cajas brings over twenty years of experience in the areas of Economic Development, Marketing and Advertising. The Chamber provides business networking opportunities, business referrals and facilitates business partnerships throughout the Southern California Region.
Sandy is an Entrepreneur at heart and the owner of “Diversity Marketing Group” where she creates multicultural programs, events, and fundraisers one of her projects has been the Cambodian New Year Festival which brings 17,000 Cambodians to the city of Long Beach, setting a fundraising record.
Born in Guatemala and moved to Long Beach at the age of 13. In 1978, she married Arturo Linares, a famous entertainer that plays for a Spanish ballad group called “Los Freddys.” During their 12 year marriage they lived in Irapuato Guanajuato, Mexico, with their daughter Ariana now 32 and son Arthur 24 her greatest reward is to be the grandmother of a beautiful girl named Jocelyn.