Mr. Justin A. Holland is a dedicated public servant and business development professional with diverse experience in the leadership of community organizations, various networking channels, community banking, local/federal government, political campaigns, ad valorem consulting, and real estate.
Justin is the Business Development Officer of HomeBank Texas in Rockwall, overseeing the bank’s acquisition of new commercial banking and lending relationships. Additionally, he is responsible for community relations and is involved with several community and business networking organizations.
Prior to his current position, Justin served as an energy services consultant for K.E. Andrews & Co. and was responsible for fair market value negotiation of ad valorem values in the Texas and Oklahoma oil and gas markets. His clients’ assets included gas processing plants, thousands of miles of gathering and transmission lines, gas compressors and equipment, drilling and well-service rigs and several wind farms. He also previously worked with The American National Bank of Texas as a commercial credit analyst and small business lender.
Justin is involved in the Rockwall ISD Education Foundation Board of Directors, Rockwall Breakfast Rotary Club, the Rockwall County Men’s Republican Club, the Rockwall County Young Republicans Executive Committee, the Rockwall County Relay For Life Executive Committee, East Trinity Masonic Lodge #157, the Rockwall Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and is a 32° Scottish Rite Mason.
Justin received a bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University in 2005 and a master’s degree from Texas A&M University-Commerce in 2008. As an undergraduate, Justin was appointed to the Supreme Court of the Student Government Association and later elected to the Student Senate representing the College of Arts & Sciences. He also served as a congressional intern to the Office of Congressman Randy Neugebauer (TX-19) in Washington, D.C. in the spring of 2006.
Justin currently serves on the Heath City Council in Place 2 and is the youngest person ever elected to public office in Heath, Texas. He received nearly 70% of votes cast in the May 2011 election and his term expires in May 2013. Justin and his wife Neely reside in the Buffalo Creek neighborhood of Heath, Texas and are expecting their first child, a baby girl, in early 2012.