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Joe Hollis

Joe Hollis*Joe Hollis (Economics 1970) retired from Fidelity Investments in 2008.  Joe and his wife, Ann, moved back to Michigan from Boston in 2009 and make their home in Charlevoix.  Prior to his retirement, he was President of FPCMS and CFO of the Fidelity Mutual Funds.  Before joining Fidelity Investments in 1999, Joe worked for Bank of America and Continental Bank in a variety of corporate banking management roles.  His career experience encompasses marketing, technology, finance, investment management, strategic planning, and operations.

Joe is the past treasurer of the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, serves on the endowment committees of the Arts Center and Christ Episcopal Church, and is on the Board of the Petoskey Bridge Club.  In addition, he was on the advisory board of the Center for Venture Capital, Private Equity and Entrepreneurial Finance in the business school at Michigan State.  Joe and Ann met at Michigan State and both bleed green.

* Joe serves as Chair of the Advisory Board



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