Lenox Library Will Feature Caroline Holland

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LENOX, Mass. — The Lenox Library's 15th Annual Distinguished Lecture Series will continue on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. 
Caroline Holland, Managing Director of Mill Town Capital, will discuss "Community Development: A New Approach."
Due to COVID directives, this event will take place via Zoom. Meeting details may be found on the Library's website at https://lenoxlib.org or the Library's Facebook page.
Caroline Holland joined Mill Town in 2017. She leads operations, strategy, and project execution for Mill Town across the portfolio of investments with a particular focus on the company's Community Development, Outdoor Sports & Recreation, and Hospitality efforts. 
Ms. Holland has built extensive partnerships across the business, non-profit, cultural, government, sports, and philanthropy communities in the Berkshires to drive collaboration, synergies, and network connections across high impact projects within the region.
Ms. Holland brings over a decade of experience in international business with a focus on defense, security, and geo-political subject matter. Prior to Mill Town, she spent seven years in the defense industry, leading Strategy & Business Development activities at General Dynamics Mission Systems as well as a range of operational roles at The MASY Group in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree in International Studies and Political Science from University of Richmond and a Master's Degree in Security Studies from University of Oregon. She is a native of Pittsfield.
Now in its 15th season, the Distinguished Lecture Series is organized and hosted by Dr. Jeremy Yudkin. Dr. Yudkin is a resident of the Berkshires and professor of music at Boston University and Oxford University. Every summer at the Lenox Library he presents pre-concert lectures for the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Tanglewood season.

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