For more than 30 years, Holly has served as a consultant, advisor, and coach to professionals and organizations in healthcare, philanthropy, and other arenas.
Holly’s business experience has spanned a wide array over the years as she’s led, facilitated, and collaborated on projects including: culture development, strategic planning, new business development, teambuilding, life and executive coaching, employee training and education, meeting and group process facilitation, marketing and public relations, website development and content creation, graphic design for collaterals and advertising, copywriting, technical writing and editing, grant writing, educational curriculum development, special events planning, facilities planning, ambulatory services startup and management, accounting system implementation, database analysis and financial forecasting, information systems analysis and implementation, operational audits and process improvement, certificate of need application, physician compensation planning, and project management. She describes herself as a “nontraditional lifelong learner,” dedicated to the pursuit of ever becoming a better human being and constantly exploring both internal and outer realms via direct experience and interpersonal connections.
In 2001, Holly founded her own consulting company, Genuine Enterprises—a vehicle through which to do meaningful work in collaboration with people with whom she shared an affinity. Prior to that, she was the Director of Client Services and a member of the Executive Committee for Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems, Inc; she previously served as Vice President of Horizon Health Systems, Inc.—specializing in ambulatory surgery development and management—and performed a mélange of other healthcare industry assignments.
Holly has a gift for synthesis and connectivity: for observing the parts and understanding what’s required to turn them into a whole—for creating a plan to make it happen. She’s adept at lofty, creative visioning as well as rolling up her sleeves to get things done in a practical way. She believes that mutually beneficial relationships are key, and that people must be seen, valued, inspired, and included if we are to achieve collective success. Holly is committed to helping people and teams learn to discover gifts, find gratitude, and tell stories they like.