Board Chair Elizabeth “Beth” Daniel Holder ’82 Publishes Article in “Trusteeship”

Monday, April 24, 2017

Trusteeship Magazine Cover, Volume 25, Number 2Elizabeth “Beth” Daniel Holder ’82, chair of Agnes Scott’s Board of Trustees, has published an article on SUMMIT titled “The Board's Role in Institutional Transformation” in the latest issue of “Trusteeship.” 

You can read the article here. 


Beth HolderAbout Elizabeth "Beth" Daniel Holder

After an early career in banking at First Atlanta Bank, now Wells Fargo Bank, Elizabeth (Beth) Daniel Holder ’82 has focused her energies on family, community service and philanthropy.

A trustee of the Woodruff Arts Center, Ms. Holder is a member of the advisory council of the St. Simons Land Trust and is president of the Kelin Foundation. She served on the board of Atlanta Ballet for more than 10 years fulfilling many roles such as board vice-chair and chair, artistic and executive directors search committee co-chair and Ballet Ball chair. She has also served as a member of a number of non-profit boards including Camp Merrie-Woode Foundation, the Georgia Center for Children and the North Georgia Chapter of the March of Dimes. She was a member of the Georgia Council for the Arts and vice chair of the advisory board for the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs.

Elected to the Agnes Scott College Board of Trustees in 2008, she became chairperson of the board in 2016. As chair of the Board of Trustees, she is an ex officio member of all board committees and chair of the Executive Committee. She is also a national co-chair of The Greatness Before Us campaign.

Agnes Scott College educates women to think deeply, live honorably and engage the intellectual and social challenges of their times. Students are drawn to Agnes Scott by its excellent academic reputation, exceptional faculty and metropolitan Atlanta location—offering myriad social, cultural and experiential learning opportunities. This highly selective liberal arts college is known for its diverse and dynamic intellectual community. Through SUMMIT, it provides every student, regardless of major, with an individualized course of study and co-curricular experiences that develop leadership abilities and understanding of complex global dynamics.