About

” A Life of Community Service”

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Community service has always been a priority for Nicholas Hollan. It was in Clifton where Nicholas lived when he graduated from UC, volunteered with the American Red Cross following Hurricane Katrina and accepted a position as the Disaster Response Supervisor for our local Red Cross.

As a Secular Humanist, Nicholas believes in   people and our basic responsibility to do good. Nicholas is a graduate of the United Way’s Board Orientation & Leadership Development program and used that training to serve on the boards of United Cerebral Palsy, The Westwood Civic Association, and Invest in Neighborhoods. Nicholas was also commissioned by Governor Paul Patton into the honorable order of Kentucky Colonels.

Nicholas and Steve DriehausA Trustee for the Clifton Town Meeting, Nicholas sits on the Business Committee and is the Chair of the Events Committee. Nicholas is also on the All-Star Clifton Committee which helped Clifton be recognized as a premiere neighborhood by the Cincinnati Visitors and Conventions Bureau in advance of the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star game.

Preston in SunglassesFamilyAs a supporter of fine art, Nicholas is a founding board member of Westwood Works which succeeded in bringing the first ArtWorks mural to Westwood. As the artisan booth coordinator for CliftonFest, Nicholas has volunteered with the art and music festival for three years.

Nicholas was a candidate for Cincinnati City Council in 2009 and 2011 where he was endorsed by many organizations including the Cincinnati Enquirer and City Beat. In 2010 Nicholas was recognized in the annual “Best of” edition by City Beat as “The best sign of intelligent life on the West Side”.

In 2010, Nicholas took out an SBA Loan and opened his own business in Roselawn. The Valley Dental Management Service employs 13 healthcare professionals and works closely with local Doctors and Surgeons to provide quality dental care to low income patients. Nicholas recently partnered with Caracole to provide dental treatment to HIV positive patients.

After the premature birth of his son Preston in 2011, Nicholas chaired the Family Team committee for the March of Dimes in 2013 and 2014.

Nicholas, Meghan and Preston were delighted to have purchased their dream home in the Charles B. Russell House in 2012 and look forward to raising their family in Clifton.