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Sandra Krasa

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Sandra Krasa
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BornNew York, U.S.
💼 Occupation
Entrepreneur, Voice Actor/Director, Professor

Sandra Krasa is an American entrepreneur, producer and voice director for ADV Films on several anime series and movies and the founder and president of several companies. She has also voice acted in a few titles, notably Layla Hamilton in Kaleido Star. Her anime directing credits include "Hello Kitty's Animation Theater," "MICHEL," "Blue Seed," and "Slayers."

Krasa directed the English adaptation of "Laura's Christmas Star" an animated children's film based on the books of Klaus Baumgartner, originally produced in German. In 2008, with her company, Wise Eye Media (in Houston, Texas), Krasa dubbed the entire Laura's Star series into American English in collaboration with Deutsche Synchron, GmbH. However, this version was never released to the public.

Krasa is also award-winning documentary filmmaker (Ocoee: Legacy of the Election Day Massacre - co-directed with Bianca Whire, winner of the HBO Award 2002 Urban World Film Festival),[1][2] and entrepreneur who specializes in niche "theme" businesses (founder: Paddy Cassidy's Irish Pub, Florida; and Herbana Natural Concepts Spa, Texas).

In 2009 Krasa opened Hardcore Nepal Extreme Adventures in Kathmandu, Nepal. She went to Nepal to work on a documentary about "kamlaris," Nepali girls who are indentured servants. There she met and married Ramesh BK, an extreme kayaker, rock climber, and Himalayan guide. Together they opened Hardcore Nepal (P.) Ltd. Hardcore Nepal and Sandra's new Florida, USA based adventure travel company TREKT Himalaya are dedicated to giving back to Nepal by training dalit (untouchable caste) guides. She is also the founder of a non-profit volunteer program called Medical Trek Nepal.

Sandra teaches public relations and social media at Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida.


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  1. Wallace Dickinson, Joy (2003) Orlando: City of Dreams, Arcadia, ISBN 978-0-7385-2442-9 Search this book on ., p. 48
  2. Hernandez, Eugene, et al (2002) "DAILY NEWS UPDATE: Focus Restructures Acquisitions Dept; "Good Girl" Great in Opening Weekend; Urbanworld Winners and Doris Wishman Remembered", IndieWIRE, August 13, 2002, retrieved 2011-07-20
  3. "THEM Anime Reviews 4.0 - Maburaho". Retrieved 2014-06-23.

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