Sandra Hollins was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and she has been a resident of Salt Lake City for the past 30 years. Sandra and her husband David currently reside in Fair Park and have two daughters, Jaynell and Canice, who are currently attending college in Texas.
Sandra is a licensed clinical social worker, and the primary focus of her career has been on substance abuse treatment and advocacy services for Salt Lake City’s homeless population. Sandra received her bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Phoenix and her master’s degree in social work from the University of Utah.
Sandra is a member of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., is a graduate of the Westside Leadership Institute, and has served on numerous boards and councils, including the University of Utah Neighbor Partnership Board, the Fair Park Community Council, and the Salt Lake City Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure board. In addition, Sandra has also worked as an
advocate for Hurricane Katrina evacuees and refugee children within the public school system. Sandra was elected to Utah House of Representatives on behalf of District 23,
and she plans to use her skills, experience, and dedication in order to advocate for her community on Utah’s Capitol Hill.