Guy Sands has a total of seven degrees. His doctorate is from the University of Creighton in interdisciplinary studies. He holds three master’s degrees in political economics, strategic studies, and international relations. His education began in 1979 at the City College of New York and took him to across the world over a span of 37 years.
Guy Sands began his collegiate studies at the City College of New York in 1978. During a 37-year timespan, he went on to study at Oxford University, Troy State, St. Andrews University in the UK, Fordham University, the Army War College, and Creighton University. He amassed seven degrees during that time before finishing his doctorate in 2015.
Guy Sands was an American Brigadier General from 2005-2008. A native of New York, he studied at the City College of New York. His graduate work was done at Fordham University, and he left as a commissioned infantry lieutenant from ROTC. His continued military service for 20+ years culminated in serving as Commander of the 353rd Civil Affairs Command.
Guy Sands-Pingot served as deputy inspector for the U.S. Army. He set up the Geospatial Imagery Section for the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction, which updated Congress, the secretary of defense, and the secretary of state for all projects in excess of $50 billion. Information was provided in real time and Sands-Pingot was one of three inspectors responsible for it.
Guy Sands enjoys leading an active lifestyle. He participates in ice skating and skiing whenever the weather gives him the chance. In his school days, he used to play rugby and even trained to run track and field with a few marathon events.