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Holly Maas, an Evidence Technician for the Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety, has been named the recipient of the Fox Valley Technical College 2021 Outstanding Alumni Award.
A 2016 graduate of Forensic Science, she earned the award for demonstrating the value of technical education through career advancement, community service, continued personal and educational growth, and support of the Wisconsin Technical College System.
After an internship with the Grand Chute Police Department, Maas became the first full-time civilian Property Room Manager/Evidence Technician in the state of Wisconsin. She serves on the FVTC Forensic Science Advisory Committee and is an adjunct faculty for FVTC’s Forensic Science program.
She served as the first student member of the Wisconsin Association for Identification (WAI) and went on to join the Board of Directors, serve as President, and is currently serving her 3rd term as Chairman of the Board. Her work on the WAI Property and Evidence Management Committee, and the guide she helped create, led to opportunities to conduct training and presentations throughout the state for law enforcement officers and for the Police Chief’s Conference.
In addition to her career achievements, Maas served on the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run Committee and has assisted with community events such as National Night Out; Public Safety Training Days in Chilton; Smart Girls Rock through Miller Electric; and more. She also started the Police Benevolent Association and served as Vice President. Through that role, she also organized a 5K/10K to raise funds for Bully Prevention Education.
Holly returned to school after raising a family and states that her education has allowed her to show her boys that you can accomplish anything at any time and that there is no expiration date on your dreams!
PREVIOUS YEARS OUTSTANDING ALUMNI RECIPIENTS
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Fox Valley Technical College Foundation, Inc. has reached a milestone by giving out more than $10 million in scholarships to FVTC students.