A fifth generation farmer, Henry Holloway has long been an effective volunteer cooperative leader. It has always been the call of responsibility rather than the promise of position that has drawn him into service. For nearly 15 years he served on the Maryland Farm Bureau Board, representing the farm families of Maryland. In serving these farmers, he emphasized the benefits of cooperation. Similarly, he has always promoted cooperative business principles in his role on the Nationwide Insurance Enterprise Board. He has steadfastly encouraged Nationwide's leadership, support and involvement in cooperative development and education.
Over the years, Holloway has worked diligently to bring diverse cooperative groups together harmoniously. He believes in cooperative solutions to persistent poverty, as evidenced by his support of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, CARE, the Cooperative Development Foundation and the CLUSA Institute.
Holloway has spent most of his life working with people of common interests to accomplish goals that will benefit many. As a cooperative statesman, he truly exemplifies what working together cooperatively is all about.