Born to two goofy parents and raised in Ohio, Sana contracted the theater bug in middle school when cast in The Hobo and the Miracle (pictured above). Even as a rambunctious child, she got cast as an angel - a literal angel - and knew then that anything was possible.This led to her joining the theater community at her high school where she worked on or performed in every production from freshman year until she graduated. She also committed myself to jazz band, choir, and concert band; places where she could immerse herself in the purity of sound and raucous energy.
All this exposure to art unsurprisingly led to declaring Acting as her major at Ohio University. In college, Sana continued to learn about storytelling through acting in countless theater productions, play readings, student films, and found a love for dialect coaching by earning a minor in Sociolinguistics and coaching a few shows. Wanting to keep her music roots, she joined New Chords on the Block, a coed Acapella group, and also chose to serve her community through membership of Alpha Phi Omega, the National Service Fraternity.
Now located in Chicago, Sana has worked with BoHo Theatre, Pegasus Theatre, American Blues Theatre, Definition Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, and First Floor Theater and is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. While working as an actor, teaching artist, and dialect coach, Sana is also the Executive Director at BoHo Theatre, using her skills as an artist to help shape a more equitable and accessible space for all. These days when she's not working in the theatre, you can find her making terrible puns, practicing aerial silks, or reading a fantasy-adventure book.