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Lucretia Holden

Lucretia Holden is the Chief Operating Officer at Intersections. Holden brings more than a decade of experience and expertise in management and event planning to the organization. She manages the administrative, logistical and operational duties in a wide variety of areas including property management, procurement, budgeting, human resources, and information technology. She oversees the day-to-day operations and administrative and financial staff.

Holden joined Intersections in 2008, as the Office Manager where she provided daily administrative support for the small staff of six and was instrumental in implementing work place policies, procedures, administration, organizational development, personnel expansion, office relocation and operational systems.

Prior to joining Intersections, Holden worked as a photographer for her own photography company. She photographed political figures and campaign events for local publication and social media in Newark, NJ. She began her career in non-profit and visual art in Washington, D.C. as a grants & contracts assistant and later became an associate meeting planner while earning her Master of Arts in Film & Video from American University. She later moved to Los Angeles to work for the oldest and largest continuously operating paid television service in the U.S.; then landed a position with one of the "Big Five" U.S. talent agencies. She also holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts with honors in Fashion Design from The American College for the Applied Arts.

As a proud Foreign Service kid, Mrs. Holden spent a portion of her adolescent years in Western Asia working at the United States Embassy and modeling.

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ON Scripture sought out Intersections International to offer tools and guidance on this day after our historic election. How do we move forward when our country is so divided?

ON Scripture sought out Intersections International to offer tools and guidance on this day after our historic election. How do we move forward when our country is so divided?
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