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Betsy Holland
Leader, Contributions & Partnerships at Warner Media

Profile

Betsy Holland is the Director of Culture & Engagement for Warner Media (formerly known as Turner) and State Representative for Georgia House District 54 in Atlanta.

Elected to the Georgia legislature in 2018, Representative Holland’s standing committees are Higher Education, Small Business Development and Intragovernmental Coordination. She sits on the Atlanta and Fulton County delegations, and she serves as a Deputy Whip for the Georgia Democratic House Caucus. She is also a member of the Women’s Legislative Caucus and the Working Families Caucus.

At Warner Media, Holland’s position oversees the development and implementation of programs that contribute to a thriving workplace culture, high employee engagement and meaningful community and civic impact.. She oversees the company’s health and wellness programs, corporate responsibility and philanthropic outreach, government and civic affairs, and work/life benefits.

Prior to this role, Holland served at the Director of Corporate Responsibility and Civic Affairs for Turner Broadcasting. She began her tenure at Turner in 1997 in the corporate affairs group. During her early career, she developed and executed programs that promoted employee engagement, including launching Turner Volunteer Day and the Turner Voices Youth Media Institute. She led the development of the Turner Voices philanthropic strategy to fund local organizations that support innovative youth leadership and emerging arts programs.

Holland currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and the ChooseATL Committee for the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. She is the past-chair of the Board of Directors for the nonprofit Fugees Family.  Other board service has included Communities in Schools, the Atlanta Community ToolBank and ToolBank USA. She is an active member at Morningside Presbyterian Church where she has been ordained as a deacon and leads a women’s program focused on community issues and social justice. Betsy resides in Atlanta with her family.

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