Shandry Law, studying interior design, graduated from Hong Kong Baptist College. After graduation, she engaged in handicraft design. Following her husband (civil engineer), she immigrates to the United States. After twists and turns, Shandry is now working with her husband in the fast food industry to operate chain-based restaurants. Namely, they founded Farmer’s Basket, mostly located in-state Georgia and some out-of-state.
Her immediate family consists of four members, each residing in Atlanta. Her eldest and youngest sons graduated from GSU and UGA respectively in the spring of 2017. Her husband spends most of his time taking care of the business.
Shandry happily and actively participates in the community and various public welfare activities. She is a board member of many associations. From 2009 to 2010, she was the Lions Club’s chief financial officer. Since 2013, she has been a board member of CBAA. From 2013 to 2016, she was the VP of Sino-US Arts. Since 2014, she has been a CCC board member and the CACPG chairman. Since 2016, she has been the VP of Kwan Tong Association and the Cultural VP of OCA. In 2017, she will become the VP of Atlanta Chinese Lions Club. Shandry is also actively participating in the Chinese community fund-raising activities for disaster relief.
Shandry has also won a few awards. In the winter of 2012, she competed in the 3rd World Choral Festival of Adults and Seniors. As a soprano of the choir, she boarded the Vienna Golden Hall stage, and the choir won the gold medal. She was also annually nominated as one of the top 25 most influential Asians in Georgia since 2015.
Shandry plans to continue to actively contribute to the community while aiding the business.
She is happy to have a chance to become a board member of NACA