Phyllis Hollis is a patron of the arts and an advocate for Underrepresented Artists, Female Artists and Art Professionals. Launched in January 2020, her podcast and social media platform, @Cerebral_Women, offers unique content created to promote visual artists.

Hollis is a trustee of GuildHall of East Hampton NY, and formerly a trustee of Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, ArtTable and the School of Visual Arts Alumni Society in NYC. She is an independent trustee of Diversified Healthcare Trust (DHC), a NASDAQ traded REIT. Hollis is a member of the MoMA Black Arts Council executive committee. She has a proven track record successfully driving DEI initiatives and programs for non-profits.

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, and Harvard.