Providing tools to assess the needs of Florida's children and their families.

Providing tools to assess the needs of Florida's children and their families.

Tanya Hollins

Tanya Hollins serves as the Regional Executive Director of PACE Center for Girls, Inc., where she supervises and supports five PACE centers throughout the central region of Florida. With over twenty-three years of professional experience that includes advocacy, direct programming and administration in support of at-risk, marginalized and underserved populations, as well as Higher Education administration, Tanya’s lens is focused on addressing social justice issues that impact society’s most vulnerable populations, including children, teens and young adults. Her civic involvement has included board membership on the Broome County Child Development Council (NY), the YWCA of Binghamton/Broome County, the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (NH), and the Advisory Board of Character GPS, a youth development program serving Hillsborough and Pinellas counties, to name a few. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in English Literature and Rhetoric and a Masters of Arts in Social Sciences; both degrees awarded from Binghamton University, the State University of New York system.