Sandra Givens Scott was born to the late Mrs. Mamie
Givens Jones and Samuel N. givens in Quincy, Florida. She graduated from
Havana High School and earned her BS Degree from Florida A&M University
School of Business and Industry in Business Management.
She joined the United States Army in 1984 and served in Seoul, Korea, Ft. Hood,
Texas, and Nurnberg, Germany. She married MSG Edward Scott (26) and had
one son, Dexter. She now has a grandson Lucas.
She received her teacher certification from Armstrong State University in
Savannah, Georgia. She has taught school for twenty years.
She entered the World of Politics in 2008 as a member of the Clayton County
Board of Education. She ran for State Representative, District 76, in
2010, where she still serves. She represents North Henry ( Ellenwood,
Lighthouse, Shakerag, and Swan Lake) precincts and in Clayton she represents
Conley, Rex, Ellenwood, Morrow, and Lake City.
She works everyday to "Keep You Informed" on what is happening in the
State of Georgia.
Her favorite saying is " If I can just help One Person a day then, my
Living will not be in Vain."
She attends Travelers Rest M B Church under the leadership of Pastor Arthur
She is the Vice Chair of the Clayton County Delegation
She is a State Director for National Foundation of Women Legislators, and Women
She was the 2013 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus Legislator of the Year
She was Awarded the NFWL 2013 Woman of Excellence Award in Washington, DC
She is a member of NOBEL Women
She is a member of Georgia Women Caucus, Working Family Caucus, WILL/WAND,
Clayton and Henry County NAACP, Henry County Democratic Women, and a member of
the GLBC Executive Committee
She serves on the following House Committees: Human Relations and Aging,
Science and Technology, Reapportionment, and Special Rules
If I can assist you, your family, neighbors, or friends please do not hesitate to give me a call at 678-283-7149 or email me at email@example.com. My doors will always be open to you. Thank you for your time, willingness to assist, and contributions to District 76, and the people of Georgia. |