Spencer holds two BA(Hons.) degrees from Huron College – one in English Language and Literature, the other in Political Science. He currently serves on the Huron College Young Alumni Committee. In 2013, Spencer received a Master of Public Administration from Western University’s Local Government Program. Spencer is the Vice-Chair of the Western University Local Government Program Alumni Society and Co-Chair for the 2017 Local Government Alumni Conference.
Spencer Sandor is a passionate public servant and community volunteer. In his role as a Municipal Advisor with the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Ministry of Housing, he provides support to municipal staff, elected officials and residents on municipal legislation, programs and initiatives.
Spencer supports the development of public servants and good public policy in Canada in his roles with the Institute of Public Administration of Canada. He is Secretary-Treasurer of the Southwest Ontario Regional Chapter, a member of the national IPAC New Professionals’ Network, and sits on the selection panel for the Ontario Lieutenant Governors Medal of Distinction in Public Service.
Spencer works to support the community in his hometown of London by serving on non-profit boards and committees including serving as Chair of Growing Chefs! Ontario, Governance Committee Chair for the ‘People of Downtown’ London community association and sitting as a member of the United Way London and Middlesex Innovation Committee.
Spencer received the Political Science Book Prize for Public Policy from Huron College in 2012 and the Andrew Sancton Academic Medal from Western University in 2013. In 2017, Spencer was named to the inaugural London North Centre Honour Roll in recognition of his volunteer contributions.