Angela is responsible for sharing the Holtzman Partners story—including how we bring value to our clients, support our community, and create a vibrant work environment in which our team members can thrive—through the Web, social media, proposals, emails, events and internal communications. She also collaborates with clients, colleagues and alumni to foster mutually beneficial relationships within Austin’s business community.
With over 10 years of experience in professional services marketing, Angela has led the business development and marketing efforts of a top ten Minneapolis law firm and, more recently, an established architecture firm with offices in Austin and New York City.
Angela earned her B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California, Irvine and a Master of Business Communications from the University of St. Thomas, Opus College of Business, in Minneapolis.
She is a member of the American Marketing Association’s Austin chapter and Women Communicators of Austin, as well as a former president of the Legal Marketing Association’s Minnesota chapter and a board member with Minnesota Women in Marketing and Communications. Angela supports Austin’s creative community by volunteering with Fusebox Festival, the Texas Book Festival, and Creative Mornings ATX. She also enjoys active membership at The Contemporary Austin, Harry Ransom Center, and Austin Film Society.
What’s your favorite way to close out the weekend?
It’s hard to beat the Sunday Times, onion bagels, gallons of coffee, a walk along the Town Lake boardwalk, a matinee at the Violet Crown and a Royale with Cheese at Justine’s. That’s pretty much my dream Sunday.
What’s your favorite thing to do in Austin?
Play tour guide! I love it when friends visit—especially those who have never been to Austin before—and I’m able to curate a long weekend that consists solely of introducing those friends to my favorite restaurants, parks, arts communities and music venues. A recent tour included Antonelli’s, Contigo, Laguna Gloria, the Salt Lick, Curra’s, the Continental Club, the Driskill, 24 Diner, Waterloo and Book People. That was one terrific weekend!
What’s something you know a lot about?
Spanish wine, stinky cheese and literary fiction. Not necessarily in that order.