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Sandra Hollins was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has lived on the Westside of Salt Lake City for nearly 30 years. She and her husband, David, have raised two wonderful daughters here and loves living on the Westside.
Sandra earned her Masters in Social Work from the University of Utah and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Professionally, her career has been centered on supporting those in poverty through social work and recently has been focused on community engagement.
Sandra is a member of Delta Sigma Theta, a graduate of the Westside Leadership Institute, and has served on numerous boards and councils, including the University of Utah Neighbor Partnership Board, the Fairpark Community Council, and the Susan G. Women Race for the Cure board.
In 2014, Sandra was elected to her first term in the Utah House of Representatives. Since January of 2015, Sandra has served our Westside neighborhoods, the people of Salt Lake City, and Utahns across the state in the Utah Legislature.
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RECORD OF PROGRESS
Over the years, I’ve pushed for over $1 million in state funds to be invested in Westside communities and organizations, such as Neighborhood House, the Utah State Fairpark, and Art Castle.
Passed “Izzy’s Bill” taking significant action to address school bullying (2022 H.B. 428).
Passed the bill to make Juneteenth a state holiday in Utah (2022 H.B. 238).
Passed meaningful police reforms, including banning knee-on-neck chokeholds (2020 H.B. 5007).
Passed legislation to help job applicants with prior criminal histories gain employment opportunities (2017 H.B. 156).
Passed legislation to outline when school resource officers can intervene with children (2016 H.B. 460).