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Sandy Rios (born 1949) is the president of Culture Campaign, a Fox News Channel contributor and a talk radio host.
Rios has been the president of Culture Campaign since 2004 and was president of Concerned Women for America, a conservative religious organization, from 2001 to 2004. She is chairman of the North Korean Freedom Coalition, a coalition that advocates for the citizens of North Korea.
Rios hosted an afternoon talk radio show on WYLL in Chicago, Illinois from 1993 to 2001 and hosted a syndicated radio program, Concerned Women Today as president of Concerned Women for America. In January 2007, she returned as WYLL afternoon host through July 2010. "Sandy Rios in the Morning on AFR TALK" airs on American Family Radio 
Rios was given the 2005 Henry Hyde Leadership Award, a Pro-Life Action League's "Protector Award", Eagle Forum's Excellence Award and Family PAC's 1999 "Conservative of the Year".
In 2009, she married Bruce Rather, a Chicago-based lawyer.