William Holland

Community Advisory Board

Springfield

Illinois Auditor General
Retired 

NPR Illinois Community Advisory Board, First Term

NPR Illinois Community Advisory Board
July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2021 - First Term
July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2024 - Eligible Second Term

Bill Holland spent his entire 42 year career in public service working for the Legislative Branch of Illinois State Government.  The last 23 years were as Illinois' second and longest serving Auditor General, from which he retired in 2015.  Prior to being appointed to the post of Auditor General in 1992 he held several different positions including Chief of Staff for the President of the Senate, Director of the Washington Office for the Illinois General Assembly and Appropriations Staff Director for the House Majority.

 While Auditor General he served as President of the National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers.  During his term of office he also served as President of the National State Auditors Association.

 Bill lives in Springfield and has three grown children and seven growing grandchildren. 

The NPR Illinois Community Advisory Board (CAB) met in Chicago and connected by videoconference to Springfield. The primary purposes of the meeting were to welcome new advisory board members who begin their new terms on July 1, 2018 and to provide input about whether NPR Illinois’ programming and policies meet the specialized educational and cultural needs of the community it serves.