President, Sisters Lead Sisters Vote
Holli Holliday is yet another fierce Black woman at the forefront of the movement to galvanize Black women voters. For Holliday, her knowledge of political organizing runs in her family. She was exposed to politics from a young age. Growing up, Holliday’s grandfather and father were elected officials, and her mother currently leads the oldest political action committee in Kansas City. She witnessed how to strategize and actually get elected officials nominated then took that grassroots political education and made it her own. Her studies took her to Howard University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English language and literature, and then to the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. With a well rounded education and the resolve to make an impact, Holliday embarked on her career journey and developed years of experience in entrepreneurship, law, digital strategy, training, coaching, and political advocacy.
As president of Sisters Lead Sisters Vote, Holliday works alongside the rest of the organization’s founders — also fierce Black women — to support issues that affect the well-being of Black women at large, including their families and their communities. Sisters Lead Sisters Vote promotes civic engagement through education and community organizing locally, nationally, and online.