Hollis is a published writer and public speaker who frequently delivers keynote addresses and facilitates panel and community conversations.
Pulling from her background as a musician, poet, activist and entrepreneur, Hollis speaks on topics such as empowered creativity, independent artistry, intersectional feminism, how her background as a second generation Chinese-American informs her work, and more.
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"A Family Tradition"
TedX: University of Washington
Hollis shares how her experience growing up in the kitchen of her mother's Chinese restaurant informs her creative approach.
KEYNOTE / FEATURED SPEAKER
+Power Women Summit (2018)
+Seattle Interactive Conference (2018)
+Mosaic IP Conference, University of New Hampshire Law School (2018)
+Planned Parenthood Northwest & Hawaii Annual Luncheon (2017)
+The Poetry of Rising & Resistance feat. Eve Ensler & Kimberle Crenshaw (2017)
+"The New Deciders": The Asian-American Vote with Maria Hinajosa (2017)
+Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute (2016)
+TedX University of Washington (2016)
+IN-NW Digital Marketing and Social Media Conference (2015)
+Output Presents: Hidden Sounds and Live Demo (2018)
+Serato Live: Q&A with StarRo (2017)
+Festa!: Arts Corps' Annual Gala (2017)
+Equivox: Hedgebrook's Annual Fundraiser (2016)
+Seattle Globalist Annual Gala (2016)
+Powerful Voices Annual Luncheon (2016)
+Music Creators Q&A at The Grammy Museum, The Residency (2018)
+Complexity Launch Party (2017)
+DreamSeries: Authentic Creativity - An Asian American Perspective, hosted by DreamMaker 3D (2017)
+Highline Community College APIA History Month (2016)
+Muses with Montse
+Yo, Is This Racist?