The Holland Sisters
Kylie is the eldest of the three Holland sisters. As a young woman with a bias to action and an extreme ability to get things done, she is the Chief Operating Officer for their record label Painted Wolf Records and the drummer in their band, Zusters. She is also Founder and CEO of A Girl and Her Dragon Pizza, a business she started when she was 16 as the youngest mobile pizza oven owner in the country. She is making many people happy cooking wood fired pizzas in her bright red “dragon wagon.” Kylie will be starting as a Freshman at Stanford, fall 2017 and is so excited to be going to school on “the Farm.” She loves to read, travel, get outdoors, be with her friends and swing on her swings. She has a passion for the environment, elected as the Environmental Steward at her high school and co-founded the Environmental Stewardship Club, and for global affairs, selected as a student ambassador to Cuba for her MUN group, a student ambassador to the World Affairs Council, and studied international affairs and security at the Yale Young Global Scholars program. She also speaks fluent Spanish. She has quite a wit and laughs until she cries reading the Onion, Dave Barry and watching the Daily Show. Her favorite causes are wildlife, health and kids. She plays golf, skis, debates politics, and loves to bake, draw and do woodworking. Her favorite color is red and her favorite foods are pumpkin seeds, goat cheese, and pomegranates.
Devon is the second of the three Holland Sisters. She is the Chief Imagination Officer for their record label Painted Wolf Records, and the lead vocalist and bass player in their band, Zusters. Devon’s passion is helping people and saving the earth, especially babies and little animals. Her empathy for others is what drives all her activities from her music projects (her first CD, Invitation to Dream raised $30,000 for Project Haiti, the first LEED certified orphanage in Haiti), to her inventions, to the new business she is launching, Dear Doodles, which is all about making kindness and inclusiveness cool for young kids. She is launching her new show Dear Doodles and the Kind Kid Crew soon. She won the Fair Director’s Award at the County Science Fair for her invention, the Maji Mobile, designed to help women and babies in Africa carry clean water. She has won the President’s Award for Community Service two years in a row, was recently elected to Student Council as the Head of Spirit and Social and recently selected as a founding member of the Peer Counseling program at her high school. She is a regular in the Playhouse productions at the Palo Alto Children’s Theater (the second oldest children’s theater in the country) and sings in her high school’s chorus, Soundwaves. As an extrovert, she is learning Spanish so she can speak to 400 million or so more people. She loves to be outdoors, sing, do musical theater, travel and be with her friends. She skis, plays softball and volleyball. Her favorite color is blue and her favorite foods are pasta, ketchup and chocolate.
Piper is the youngest of the three Holland Sisters. As the Chief Creative Officer of Painted Wolf Records, it’s her sharp creative instinct that drives their overall visual presence. She plays lead guitar and back-up vocals for their band, Zusters. As a terrific writer and storyteller, Piper is also the band’s emerging songwriter. Having traveled the world to over 30 countries with her sisters, she knows how lucky they are and how much the world needs their help. She won a national Dream Green Competition for their Earth Saver’s Club for Kids (which she founded with her sisters when she was 8) earning a paid internship to report on the environment. She started woodworking when she was 11 and glassblowing when she was 13 and founded her company, Pearl Dolphin (an anagram of her name), last year. She loves the theater and has been acting since she was very young, most recently with the Palo Alto Children’s Theater, the 2nd oldest children’s theater in the country. She has a longstanding passion for film, most recently completing a mini documentary on homelessness in San Francisco. She is an active community volunteer focused on kids, the environment and wildlife (especially her favorite non-profit, Conservation Ambassadors). She loves ALL sports (playing both varsity volleyball and golf this year as a freshman at her high school), art and design, jumping on her trampoline, acting, travel and their Brittany, Flame. Her favorite color is green and her favorite foods are heathy salads and crêpes with lots of powdered sugar.