Auburn University highlights the work of Grace Ann Hollis in their Take Five series this week.
Grace Ann Hollis is a master's student in the School of Accountancy and a 2012 Auburn graduate with a bachelor's degree in accountancy. In addition to her graduate studies, Hollis is also the Martin Fellow in the Office of Development, where she works with the Graduate School and the Honors College.
She has interned with accounting firm Ernst & Young in Birmingham and London's BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the British Broadcasting Corp. As an undergraduate student at Auburn in 2009, Hollis established the Auburn chapter of the International Justice Mission (IJM), a human rights organization that aids victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.
A native of Birmingham, she was also president of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, and a member of the Mortar Board Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa and the Cater Society, an honorary group of 15 senior women recognized for their leadership qualities and contributions to Auburn. (Read more: Auburn University's Take Five)
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