Annie Hollis

Baltimore, Md.

I'm a new school social worker, passionate about public health, social justice, public policy, science, technology, communications, and the intersections of all of those things. My day job is as a health policy analyst, which is fascinating, ever-changing and complicated - all things I love, rooted in an obsession with solving problems.

I am the Board Secretary for the Baltimore Abortion Fund, an all-volunteer nonprofit that works to raise money to assist individuals who cannot afford the cost of abortion care.

I also love music and art, and have been writing since I was a little girl. I currently freelance for Baltimore's City Paper and keep other personal writing here. Get in touch if you've got a story about music, art, and social justice - I'd love to write for you.

Clips:

City Paper: Priests' Katie Alice Greer talks pop, politics, and why D.C. and everywhere else kind of sucks

City Paper: Crimson Wave's DIY scene-saving bummer pop

City Paper: New Sensations

City Paper 2013 End-of-Year Blurbs: Priests' Bodies and Control and Money and Power; Sleater Kinney's Start Together

Disclaimer: All opinions here and in my writing reflect my own opinions and do not reflect those of any employer or professional organization I am affilated with.

  • Work
    • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
  • Education
    • MSW, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    • BA, Ohio State University