Thomas P. "Tom" Holland
- Ph.D Brandeis University
- MSW Florida State University
- B.A. Wheaton College
Tom Holland is the founding director of the School of Social Work’s doctoral program and co-founder and driving force behind the development of the Institute for Nonprofit Organizations. Prior to coming to UGA, Holland was associate dean and chair of the doctoral program at the Mandel School of AppliedSocial Sciences, Case Western Reserve University. His earned his doctorate at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University, where his research focused on the impact of changes in management of nonprofit service organizations on their staff and consumers.
Holland is the author or co-author of 16 books, among them How to Build a More Effective Board (1996, National Center for Nonprofit Boards) and Nonprofit Organizations: Principles and Practices (2008, Columbia University Press).
Management and Governance of Nonprofit Organizations, Strategic Planning, Fundraising, Assessment and Evaluation, Organizational and Board Development
Board development, Organizational development, Fundraising, Ethics