Holly Page helps client organizations and individuals advance their goals through breakthrough ideas and effective strategic alliances.
Holly has worked with leading political and advocacy organizations, including Democratic and Republican Governors Associations, Republican State Leadership Committee, and American Lung Association. As Executive Vice President at the centrist Democratic Leadership Council (DLC), she developed a national network of centrist elected officials and created the National Conversation, the largest gathering of Democratic elected officials outside of the national convention.
Holly envisioned and implemented the first ever online town hall meeting with President Clinton and elected leaders. The webcast made use of the most cutting-edge technology of the time, including streaming video remote feeds that connected the President and other Democratic leaders to the American people. She conceived of and brokered partnerships with the Aspen Institute and Harvard University that resulted in a ground-breaking leadership development curriculum and retreats for centrist leaders. She led the DLC in many of its international forays including the Third Way World Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. and the Milstein Symposium Series, featuring Prime Minister Tony Blair, then Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, Former President Bill Clinton and others. Holly was responsible for the vision and details of the White Oak Symposium Series, a retreat for centrist thinkers and leaders that featured the who’s who of the moderate political spectrum.
Holly has served on several boards, including No Labels, New DEAL (Developing Exceptional American Leaders) and Blue Star Families.
Holly has also served as the Director of in-kind donations for the 1993 Presidential Inaugural, the Director of the National Finance Council of the Democratic National Committee, Western States Deputy Finance Director for the Bill Clinton for President Committee, and Deputy Finance Director for Lt. Governor Leo McCarthy of California.
A native of California, Holly studied Political Science at San Francisco State University. She lives in Potomac, Maryland with her husband and children.[/fullwidth_text]