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Lynne Holloway

Vice Chairman and Director

Ms. Holloway is Vice Chairman and Director of Holloway & Co., PLLC. She has a Masters degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ms. Holloway has over 20 years experience in consulting and financial management. She has worked at the international, Federal, State, and Local levels to design and implement programs in the areas of financial management, environmental infrastructure, health policy, and urban economic development.

Since forming Holloway & Co. in 2000, Ms. Holloway has had a significant role in the strategic planning and implementation of SAS 70 Reviews and A-123 Reviews for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). For several years, she has led teams of auditors in the review of Medical Review activities at several Medicare Contractors against the standards required by CMS. Ms. Holloway worked with the senior management of one Medicare Contractor to identify ways to improve the efficiency and quality of their Medical Review activities, resulting in significant savings and operational improvements.

Ms. Holloway was formerly a consultant to the international Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development where she led international research projects on urban economic development issues. She outlined development strategies for member countries of OECD, negotiated policy agreements with government officials, and wrote extensively on issues of urban growth and decline.

Prior to forming Holloway & Company, Ms. Holloway worked as an Assistant Director, International Relations and Trade, with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). She was responsible for overseeing all U.S. international health programs. She is expert on international public health issues and wrote numerous reports assessing how U.S. programs were performing. She designed and chaired an international conference at the U.S. Capitol on issues hindering childhood vaccination in developing countries to advise members of Congress and their staff.

Ms. Holloway has also worked for several private consulting firms as a Senior Financial Analyst. She is knowledgeable about program evaluation, strategic planning, and data base development. She developed one of the first databases of public expenditures on environmental regulations, involving a projection of future spending trends and analysis of impacts on local governments, capital markets, and households.



Ms. Holloway is Vice Chairman and Director of Holloway & Co., PLLC. She has a Masters degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ms. Holloway has over 20 years experience in consulting and financial management. She has worked at the international, Federal, State, and Local levels to design and implement programs in the areas of financial management, environmental infrastructure, health policy, and urban economic development.

Since forming Holloway & Co. in 2000, Ms. Holloway has had a significant role in the strategic planning and implementation of SAS 70 Reviews and A-123 Reviews for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). For several years, she has led teams of auditors in the review of Medical Review activities at several Medicare Contractors against the standards required by CMS. Ms. Holloway worked with the senior management of one Medicare Contractor to identify ways to improve the efficiency and quality of their Medical Review activities, resulting in significant savings and operational improvements.

Ms. Holloway was formerly a consultant to the international Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development where she led international research projects on urban economic development issues. She outlined development strategies for member countries of OECD, negotiated policy agreements with government officials, and wrote extensively on issues of urban growth and decline.

Prior to forming Holloway & Company, Ms. Holloway worked as an Assistant Director, International Relations and Trade, with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). She was responsible for overseeing all U.S. international health programs. She is expert on international public health issues and wrote numerous reports assessing how U.S. programs were performing. She designed and chaired an international conference at the U.S. Capitol on issues hindering childhood vaccination in developing countries to advise members of Congress and their staff.

Ms. Holloway has also worked for several private consulting firms as a Senior Financial Analyst. She is knowledgeable about program evaluation, strategic planning, and data base development. She developed one of the first databases of public expenditures on environmental regulations, involving a projection of future spending trends and analysis of impacts on local governments, capital markets, and households.