About EPA's Chief Financial Officer
Holly Greaves was sworn in as the Environmental Protection Agency’s Chief Financial Officer on March 15, 2018. As Chief Financial Officer, Holly leads a team of several hundred professionals to ensure the effective management and financial integrity of EPA’s resources and annual budget, which was $8.8 billion in fiscal year 2018. Holly also oversees the preparation of the Agency’s annual financial statements, annual budget and performance plan, and strategic plan. In addition, she leads the Agency’s enterprise risk management efforts, and serves as a key member of Agency leadership, providing support on a variety of Agency initiatives.
Holly has a strong background in management, accounting and financial systems. Previously, she worked with the public accounting firm KPMG, leading and directing the work of multi-disciplinary and geographically diverse teams that provided auditing and advisory services to large, complex federal agencies as well as private sector companies. Holly was selected as a lead developer for industry-specific training content at KPMG, and served in other leadership roles for the Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia offices.
Prior to joining KPMG, Holly worked with the public accounting firm EY, where her client portfolio included public and private companies in the transportation, financial services, commercial real estate, and healthcare industries. She has lectured for undergraduate and graduate level accounting courses at George Washington University.
Holly is a Tennessee native, and earned a B.S. in Accounting and Masters of Accountancy from the University of Tennessee. She is a licensed CPA, CGFM, and CISA. She and her husband live in Washington, D.C. with their two children.