With over 28 years in the benefits industry, Holly has spent the last nine years supporting large, multi-specialty healthcare organizations and their clinicians. Her passion is in enhancing the

clinician experience and addressing the challenges of the evolving workforce. Holly’s mission is to help healthcare organizations attract and retain top physician talent by optimizing total rewards and improving the holistic clinician experience. Over the past two decades, she has partnered with some of the nation’s largest medical groups, offering innovative and tailored solutions that go beyond conventional consulting.

Holly is driven by a commitment to improve healthcare, recognizing how the wellbeing of clinicians directly impacts patient care. This personal conviction and her professional expertise fuel her dedication to navigating the challenges of today’s healthcare landscape.

We talked with her a little bit about her time here at The Partners Group.

What do you remember from Day 1 at TPG in 2004? 
Oh my gosh… I was super excited to be around more people in the office, and there were lots of former UNUM people then. I was also excited about being able to provide my clients with more services that were available at TPG and about furthering my career and development.

What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned since joining TPG?
It’s how to be a leader. I have learned to show up for my team in order to support them, how to remove my own blind spots in order to be better at what I do. And this naturally feeds into feeling happier at work and more satisfied with life in general.

If you weren’t at TPG in employee benefits, what would your dream job be?
I have two. One would be to help run a non-profit organization for kids with learning differences. I am currently on the board of my son’s high school, Edison, which is a space designed for kids with learning differences. My other dream job would be to own a boutique clothing store.

What’s the TPG core value that currently resonates most strongly with you? (Play Well with Others, Own It, Be a Champion, Have Fun and Live Well, Be Curious)
Own It. I think one of the biggest things I’ve learned is that it’s OK to be vulnerable – it’s better than OK. We have all had moments with clients or with co-workers in which we know we were wrong. Making amends sets the stage for a better relationship. Also, own your wins! We need to recognize how well we’re doing, and it is equally important to recognize the people we work with.

What’s one word you’d use to describe your past 20 years at TPG?

Anything else you’d like to add?
TPG can’t shake me! I’m excited for the next chapter.

Thanks for the past 20 years, Holly. Congratulations from all your friends and colleagues at TPG.