ITC Holdings promotes Holloway to senior vice president, chief financial officer

Published on July 14, 2017 by Daily Energy Insider Reports

Gretchen Holloway

ITC Holdings Corp announced this week that Gretchen Holloway was promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer for the company.

Holloway is responsible for the accounting, internal audit, treasury, financial planning and analysis, management reporting, risk management and tax functions of the company.

“Gretchen provides significant financial leadership to ITC, and in filling this key role she will continue to help chart our company’s business strategy,” Linda Blair Apsey, ITC Holdings president and CEO, said. “Gretchen’s deep understanding of ITC’s financial organization and our unique position in the utility industry is invaluable to us.”

Holloway previously served as vice president of finance and treasurer. In this position she was responsible for financial planning and analysis, investor relations, risk management and treasury. Before joining ITC, Holloway held various finance positions at CMS Energy and served as a financial consultant at Arthur Andersen.

She is a member of the Audit Committee for the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to improve the health and wellness of children by raising and granting philanthropic resources.

Holloway earned a Bachelor in Business Administration degree in finance from Western Michigan University.