Josh Holliday, CTA
Tri-County Development & Placemaking Manager
Josh joined the LEAP team in December 2016. Prior to LEAP, he served as the Program Manager for the Arts Council of Greater Lansing, coordinating, marketing and implementing smARTS – a professional development program for creatives; overseeing six funding initiatives that provided more than $275,000 in grants, along with implementing and managing Placemaking driven initiatives throughout the region. Additionally, he planned the annual Creative Placemaking Summit, which brought residents and community leaders together to discuss art and Placemaking.
Along with his Tri-County Development duties, Josh will also serve as the Placemaking Manager, he will work closely with LEAP members and the private and public sector throughout Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties, providing economic development assistance specifically to the tri-county area.
Josh has worked with many arts and entertainment venues, focusing on marketing, and with a keen interest in brand management and interactive media. From local organizations such as Wharton Center for Performing Arts, the MSU Athletic Department and the Lansing Lugnuts Minor League Baseball Team, to national organizations like Grand Ole Opry, known as ‘The Show That Made Country Music Famous,’ in Nashville, Tennessee, Josh helped these unique organizations cultivate and attain their desired objectives. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Advertising from Michigan State University.
To contact Josh:
517.702.3387 x 215
Connect with Josh on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshuaholliday