Atlanta native Holly Caswell King has been a team member of Alexander Hass since 1992. She currently serves as Business Manager for the firm. Prior to this role, she served as Managing Partner of Alexander Haas–Team Atlanta.
Her first position with the company was in campaign management and direction. Later, she broadened her experience in fundraising through philanthropic sectors while serving as Director of Individual Giving for the High Museum of Art and then Director of Development at The Nature Conservancy of Georgia. After taking a brief sabbatical to raise her two children, Holly returned to the firm in 2008 to lead its Atlanta presence.
Her past involvement within the Atlanta community includes volunteering at the First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta where she co-chaired the church’s $4 million Annual Campaign in addition to serving on the Legacy Giving Committee. Holly also served on the capital campaign committee that raised monies for the new Middle School at St. Martin’s Episcopal School, where her children attended. She has served on the boards of Marist Mother’s Prayer Group (MMPG), the Carl E. Sanders Family YMCA at Buckhead, Friends (a community volunteer organization of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta), The Samaritan Counseling Center of Atlanta, Association of Fundraising Professionals /Atlanta and the Environmental Fund for Georgia. Past community service includes Covenant House Georgia and The Shepherd Center. Before becoming a wife and mom, she served as Youth Advisor for her childhood church, Northwest Presbyterian Church.
Holly now regularly attends the contemporary worship at Peachtree Presbyterian Church and is a small group leader in their women’s Bible study (WCBS). She serves on the founding board for Praying for the Next Generation and instrumental in establishing its presence at Florida State University where her children currently attend.
Holly is a graduate of Sweet Briar College in Virginia. She spent her junior year in college studying aboard in Aix-en-Provence, France with Vanderbilt University. Her passion for fundraising began while working as a student intern in Sweet Briar’s Office of Development.
Holly and her husband, David, have two children, Caswell and Caroline. They continue to reside in Atlanta and enjoy spending time at Lake Keowee, St. Simons Island, playing tennis, traveling, and watching Florida State football!