Monica Zoltansky

Area Welfare Director, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Mayor Monica Zoltanski is a long time Sandy resident, community advocate, entrepreneur and former Sandy City prosecutor. She was raised in Ohio in a large family of ten children, by parents who instilled in her core values of faith, hard work, education and service to others. She put herself through college at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she studied journalism and spent a year abroad studying at the University of Salzburg, in Austria. After college, she worked as a congressional aide on Capitol Hill in Washington DC and then studied law at the University of Toledo. After graduating law school, she moved to Utah from the Midwest once she had a taste of the incredible Utah ski powder and the majesty of our canyons and national parks. After moving to Utah, Mayor Zoltanski developed her law practice as a litigator and later owned a series of successful antiques shops in Sandy and Salt Lake, which fueled her love of history, art and entrepreneurship.
In 2019 she was elected to the Sandy City Council where she served for two years, before becoming mayor. In 2021, she was first woman to be elected mayor of Sandy City in its 128-year history. Today she is often recognized around town in her red cowboy hat, which she wears as a mark of her advocacy and cowgirl grit.

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