Trevor Hand was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Hailing from a long line of Longhorns, Trevor was the last member of his family to graduate from the University of Texas at Austin.
While in Austin, Trevor's passion for the Legislature blossomed as he worked for key Texas legislators: Representatives Marsha Farney, Ryan Guillen and Dan Branch. Addtionally, he gained invaluable experience in the Washington, D.C. office of U.S. Congressman Lamar Smith. Trevor's first-hand understanding of the inner-workings of a political office and valuable insight into the legislative process are a result of his tenure with these elected officials.
During his time at UT, Trevor was selected to participate in the J.J. Pickle Undergraduate Research Fellowship to conduct extensive analysis on the U.S. Congress and learn about the intricacies of how public policy is enacted. After graduating with a B.A in Government and a Certificate in Business Foundations, Trevor decided to stay in Austin to explore opportunities to continue his involvement with Texas politics. While not at work, he can be found continuing his support for the various Longhorn sports programs or experiencing Austin's local music scene.