RALEIGH– The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership (IOPL) announced today the appointment of Holly Grange to its board of directors. In this role, Grange will support the nonprofit’s work to produce better qualified, ethical, accessible, and more representative public leaders.

“I am excited to join this esteemed group of leaders and look forward to getting to work with the future political leaders of North Carolina,” said Grange.

Grange brings a wealth of experience in public service as an Army veteran and a former member of the North Carolina House of Representatives. Currently, Grange is the Vice President of Business Affairs at Osprey Global Solutions, a Wilmington company specializing in remote medical, logistics, security, training, and business intelligence services. Grange represented North Carolina House District 20 from 2016 to 2021.

Grange was a member of only the third class of women cadets to ever graduate from United States Military Academy at West Point and received her Juris Doctorate from Northern Illinois University. She is presently on the Board of Trustees of Coastal Horizons Center, the Board of Directors of the Cape Fear Community College Foundation, and the Advisory Board for the Swain Center for Professional Development at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Holly Grange has demonstrated a deep understanding of leadership in both her time in the legislator and as a veteran. This experience will benefit IOPL as

IOPL Board members are selected based on their commitment to the organization and its mission. The board is non-partisan, committed to the representation of age, race, ideology, or party affiliation. A complete listing of IOPL Board Members is available at https://iopl.org/about/board-of-directors/

About IOPL

The North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership is a non-partisan, nonprofit organization that educates future political and community leaders in modern campaign strategy, ethical decision making, and governance. In its 35th year of operation, IOPL has more than 1,100 graduates representing 82 North Carolina counties.

The IOPL Fellows Program is a 7-weekend adult education program that includes practical training on various topics: television and radio, fundraising, governance, negotiations, and public speaking. It is our most comprehensive program.