Caroline Holland is currently serving as a Tech Policy Fellow with the Mozilla Foundation. She is exploring antitrust and competition policy issues as they relate to promoting and protecting an open and healthy internet. Holland served in the Obama Administration at the Department of Justice Antitrust Division as the Chief Counsel for Competition Policy and Intergovernmental Relations. In that role, she was involved in several high-profile matters while managing the Division’s competition policy and advocacy efforts, interagency policy initiatives, and congressional relations.
Holland previously served as the Chief Counsel to the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee. She advised Chairs, Senator Klobuchar and Senator Kohl, and led the Subcommittee's bipartisan efforts to examine high-profile mergers and advance competition policy issues involving intellectual property, healthcare, telecommunications, transportation, and criminal antitrust enforcement.
Holland holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. in Public Policy from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Between college and law school, Ms. Holland spent a year with the Antitrust Division as an honors paralegal and two years as Clerk of the Senate Antitrust Subcommittee.
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