Sandy Chin is a well-known business person and philanthropist. Sandy Chin is the Co-Founder and Portfolio Manager of Tidal Bore Capital, a hedge fund which focuses on consumer staples. Since founding the company in 2016, the consumer-staples analyst has demonstrated her prowess in business by steering the company to the apex of the hedge funds industry.
Sandy Chin is a widely experienced and knowledgeable investor and business executive. Before co-founding Tidal Bore Capital, she worked for Visium Asset Management as the Portfolio Manager. During her one-year service at the company, Sandy was responsible for the management of pharmaceutical stocks. Prior to Visium Capital, Sandy served at SAC Capital as a Senior Analyst. From July 2008 to January 2010, she served as a Senior Analyst at Moore Capital. Other places she had worked at include Neuberger Capital, Bank of America, and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.
Outside of her professional and business life, Sandy Chin is a dedicated philanthropist. Her charitable work is mainly focused on the education of the children, especially those from less privileged backgrounds. In the recent past, she has done a commendable in rallying support for elementary education in Newyork from members of the community. One of the schools she supports is the New York City-based PS11 Elementary School.
As a lover of education, Sandy Chin noted that children experience a distraction in learning, especially during the summer holidays. The many activities during the holiday, coupled with the lengthy period, make the children forget most of the previously learned content. To ensure continuity of the learning process during the holidays, Sandy has come up with a program to provide the children at William T. Harris School with books.
According to Sandy, most kids require reading books but the parents are not financially endowed to afford them. William T. Harris School serves two low-income neighborhoods, and therefore, the need to support the school. Furthermore, one of her sons is a student at the institution.
Sandy Chin rallied other like-minded volunteers to hold a summer book drive in support of PS11 School. The drive was intended to collect old or used books from neighbors and well-wishers. After collecting the books, they would be distributed to the students at no cost.
The results were amazing. Sandy and her team got more books than they had initially expected. By the end of the exercise, they had collected enough books for every child in the school. During the summer holiday, every child had a book to take home and read.