Phyllis Hollis is a patron of the arts and an advocate for underrepresented BIPOC Artists, Female Artists and Art Professionals. Her podcast and social media platform, @Cerebral_Women, offers unique content created to engage art enthusiasts, and connect with the broader art world.
She seeks to engage and educate those interested in cultural initiatives supporting underrepresented artists and promoting greater equality and equity within the visual arts community.
Hollis is a trustee of GuildHall of East Hampton NY, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture NY, and the School of Visual Arts Alumni Society NY. She is a member of the MoMA Black Arts Council executive committee. She has a proven track record of successfully driving DEI initiatives and programs.
Hollis has more than thirty years’ experience in Institutional Investment Banking and is the former CEO of a boutique broker-dealer in NYC.
She holds Digital Marketing Certifications from Cornell, Google, Harvard.