Holli Andrews

Holli Andrews was hired by Saline Main Street in 2018 as nonprofit director and community planner from the Muskie School of Public Service in Maine. Andrews is a designer with a background in fine art and urban planning. She has a solid track record of economic restructuring with a focus on sustaining small business and engaging locals. If you've ever met or worked with her, you'll know she has an affinity for community vibrancy, new ideas and the arts.

Holli has worked in the field of downtown revitalization for 12 years. She owes her well-rounded experience to working with the Orton Family Foundation from Vermont, Heart of Biddeford in Maine and the multicultural community of Downtown Framingham, Massachusetts. As a youth, Andrews grew up on a small airport, learning at an early age about the destruction of sprawl and locally unwanted land uses looking out from the cockpit of a small plane. She has been working with locals ever since to innovate public participation, promote conservation, and preserve the legacy of character and culture through events and placemaking projects.
Andrews has degrees in fine art, ecology and a masters in community planning and development.