Cindy Holland was named CEO of SISTER in July 2023.
Holland joined SISTER after an 18-year tenure at Netflix, including nine years as Vice President of Original Content. In her role, she established the network’s original programming strategy and oversaw the teams behind culture-defining titles including House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, BoJack Horseman, Grace and Frankie, Narcos, Making a Murderer, Stranger Things, The Crown, Icarus, Ozark, Big Mouth, Russian Doll, When They See Us, and The Queen’s Gambit, among many others.
Her role at SISTER marks a return to independent roots for Holland, who began her career on the producing side working at Spring Creek Productions with Paula Weinstein and at Mutual Film Company. Holland was named to the 2018 Time 100 list of most influential people, is a graduate of Stanford University, and is a Board Member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles. She is an active investor and advisor, with a focus on entertainment and women’s sports.
WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF PERFECT JOY?
Cycling in the mountains.
WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST FEAR?
Strangely, being swallowed by a whale.
WHICH MOVIE HAVE YOU WATCHED THE MOST TIMES?
Star Wars: A New Hope
WHAT'S YOUR GO TO PODCAST?
WHAT WAS YOUR FIRST JOB?
Walking horses early morning at a racetrack.