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Tribal Council Member Sandy Hollinger Honored as a 2024 Woman of Impact by Yellowhammer News

Atmore, AL — Poarch Band of Creek Indians Tribal Council Member Sandy Hollinger was honored as a 2024 Woman of Impact, a distinction that recognizes the women in Alabama whose contributions have earned the authority and power to move the needle in their industry. The goal of the award is “to illuminate the personal and professional advancements of 20 women across business, government, and non-profit sectors each year.”

Yellowhammer News, a business and political news outlet for the state, recognized Hollinger for her outstanding contributions to not only the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, but the communities surrounding the reservation and for her unwavering commitment to the well-being of Tribal Members. 

 

 

Hollinger’s journey of service began long before her election to the Tribal Council in 2011. She is a passionate advocate for assisting families in crisis situations, supporting Tribal Members in their educational pursuits, and participating in community outreach projects through her church.  

Hollinger has also served on key legislative issues through the Tribe’s Cultural Authority, Education and Labor committee, and the Housing and Community Activities division. She is also involved in the Poarch Creek Indians Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) Commission, the Boys and Girls Club, and the Legislative Affairs Committee.

 

 

In addition to public service, she is a devoted wife and mother. Her faith and family-centered approach serve as a guiding light in her daily work. Hollinger recently attended the formal awards ceremony on January 25th in Birmingham.

We are so proud that Sandy is the recipient of Yellowhammer News “Women of Impact Award,” said Tribal Chair & CEO, Stephanie A. Bryan. “Sandy is an amazing leader who uses her time, talents, and faith at every opportunity to make a true impact on the Tribe and the surrounding community. We are so grateful for her commitment and dedication and we are better for it.”

For the full link to the Yellowhammer news profile on Hollinger, click here.

Contact:

Kristin Hellmich
khellmich@pci-nsn.gov
251-359-8554

About the Poarch Band of Creek Indians:

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is the only federally recognized tribe in Alabama. From hospitality to aerospace, we continue to operate in a variety of industries across the World. Read more about our Tribe here.

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