Holly Stevens convenes and collaborates with staff, contracted partners, and stakeholders in the health field to agree on policy priorities, and to develop and implement a comprehensive legislative and advocacy strategy to achieve those priorities.
Holly tracks, analyzes, and synthesizes policy, legislative proposals, best practices, and research related to health care policy issues. She advocates to raise attention to health care issues affecting New Hampshire health care consumers.
Holly received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. She spent 13 years working in the mental health and substance abuse fields, primarily as a mobile crisis clinician in central Maine. She relocated to New Hampshire in 2007 where she worked as a counselor on one of the developmental disability units at Hampstead Hospital prior to attending the University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center). Holly received her Juris Doctor and LLM in Intellectual Property in 2012. She comes to New Futures after spending 4 years in a small general practice law firm in Manchester where she was involved in civil litigation, including employment discrimination matters.