Holly (Woods) Andreatta moved to Lincoln with her family in the early 1970’s and grew up here for most of her childhood and early teen years. Even during the years that Holly lived away, Lincoln has always been home. She has a deep love and appreciation for the history and culture of the community and for the agricultural and industrial heritage that Lincoln offers.
Holly received her BA degree in Social Studies and her teaching credential from Bethany University in Scotts Valley, Ca, in 1990-91. She currently teaches eight grade U.S. History at Cooley Middle School in Roseville. She leads a student group to Washington DC and New York every June.
Holly is also an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God and she and her husband attend and serve at Lincoln Christian Life Center. Holly is often invited to speak and teach at various women’s events and other venues.
Holly and her husband, Mark, have four children. The three oldest are are grown. Two are attending college and one is serving in the U.S. Navy. Her youngest attends Lincoln High School.
Holly has always been a servant leader volunteering in many areas of the community. She’s been active in her children’s schools, in her church, and currently serves on the Community Board of Mercy Multiplied in Lincoln for the last four years.
She was elected to her first term on the Lincoln City Council in November of 2018 and is very humbled and honored to serve her hometown.
Holly’s goals are to serve with honesty, integrity, and accountability working with the city staff, community leaders, and residents to keep Lincoln the special place that she loves.
Councilwoman Andreatta currently serves on several local and regional boards and committees including:
Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD)/City Council (2x2)
Library Advisory Board
Placer County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
Lincoln/Sheridan Municipal Advisory Committees (Lincoln/Sheridan MAC)