Shawntell Mills-Sánchez is originally from Brooklyn, NY. In 1994, she came to the Capital Region to attend the State University at Albany, where she earned her undergraduate degree in Anthropology. Shawntell focused her career in the Child Welfare sector of Human Services, where she worked to protect and improve the lives of our most vulnerable population.
Shawntell would later obtain her Masters of Science in Education with a specialization in Training and Performance Improvement. She has worked as a professional trainer with the Albany County Department of Children, Youth and Families and with the State University of New York’s Research Foundation for over a decade.
Shawntell lives in West Sand Lake with her husband, Luciano and their two dogs, Sadie & Rosie.