Holly Maas has worked in the field of forensic science since 2013, beginning her career at Grand Chute Police Department in Wisconsin. In that time, she was employed as their fulltime Evidence Technician and was responsible for processing crime scenes, training patrol officers and investigators from around the county, and maintaining evidence at the station. In 2014, Holly was elected to the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Association for Identification, where she has served as President (2018), three Terms as Chairman of the Board (2019, 2020, 2021). She still serves on the board to this day. Holly, through Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College, the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association, the Department of Justice in Wisconsin, and many other agencies, trains officers from around the state regarding various aspects of crime scene management and processing. In 2018, she became an instructor in the Forensic Science program at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, WI. In 2020, Holly was hired by the Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety as their fulltime Crime Scene Technician, where she continues to manage crime scenes of all sizes and teaching and training across Wisconsin.
Holly is a Certified Crime Scene Analyst through the International Association for Identification and a Certified Property and Evidence Specialist through the International Association for Property and Evidence. She has a passion for crime scene investigation and inspiring the next generation of young people to want to enter the forensics field. Because of this, she has been recognized as the 2021 Outstanding Alumni from Fox Valley Technical College.
Outside of work, Holly spends her time with her husband (a Police Sergeant with Grand Chute Police Department) and their three sons (Oliver 13, Olan 11, and Reed 2).