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Hannah Holmes is aspiring to be one of the world's most successful and influential filmmakers, and is CEO of Flock Films, an independent movie production company, founded in 2022.​ She is also an Eagle Scout, 2x bestselling author, NAUI ambassador, Densch recipient, the first girl to earn every merit badge in Scouts BSA, 3rd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo, commercial drone pilot, motivational speaker, and cofounder of the nationally acclaimed media production company, Top Story Studios.​ 

Holmes is working on her directorial debut, a feature length film set to be released in April, 2024.  "I want to pave the way for women in the filmmaking industry, not just in front of the camera. It's important to me that girls have someone they can see in that kind of role, so they know they can succeed too."
Growing up, she was homeschooled alongside her two siblings. "I remember I would spend my summers at the library, reading everything I could get my hands on. It opened my eyes to the potential within each of us to do incredible things."
Hannah also took hundreds of hours of freely offered classes on editing, coding, photography, movie production, and producing at the Melrose Center. 

While studying, she trained at the Academy of Martial Arts for eleven years, participating in tournaments and testings across Florida. She became the youngest, and first, female black belt at the school. 

In 2019, Scouts BSA (formerly Boy Scouts of America), allowed girls into the program. Holmes quickly began working on merit badges and earning ranks. She traveled to camps across the country, learning a variety of unique skills. She used the merit badges as a school curriculum, filling out merit badge pamphlets and using each booklet as study guides. She went on to accomplish Eagle Scout, and earned every merit badge the program had to offer. Hannah became the first girl in the history of Scouts to earn do so. "It was the hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life, but also the most rewarding. Scouts gave me so many opportunities to succeed in life. Most importantly, I met some truly incredible people who showed me the positive impact you have by helping others."

Between the ages of 15 and 16, Hannah wrote two books, Do BIG, and Growing Down, both of which became #1 New Releases and Bestsellers on Amazon. 
She went on to speak at dozens of events, encouraging people to set and pursue their goals. 

Holmes completed her first college degree with Liberty University at 16 years old, graduating with a perfect 4.0 GPA. 

She then cofounded the nationally acclaimed media production company, Top Story Studios, alongside her father, award winning journalist, Jamie Holmes. She has worked with charities and Fortune 500 companies, filmed and been on packages for national news, gained thousands of followers social media, built dozens of websites, covered local and national stories, and conducted interviews in English, Spanish, and French. Clients have included Chick-fil-A, United Way, Meals on Wheels, AdventHealth, Junior Achievement, TedTalks, Hebni Nutrition, Second Harvest, Seniors First, and Habitat for Humanity. 

Holmes has covered stories and photographed destinations around the world in Norway, Iceland, Canada, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Scotland, Britain, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Austria, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Vatican City, Italy, Mexico, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Singapore, China, Australia, 49 U.S States, and 4 continents to date.
In between working on her film debut and other projects, Holmes is also working on her Law degree so she can effectively serve as a public servant. 
"I have met so many incredible people in my life who have changed my life. They taught me the importance of giving back and paying it forward. I want to one day serve my country as a U.S Senator, and work to leave this world better than I found it." 
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