In 2007 Travis Holdman founded Holdman Consult / Holdman Law. 

Mr. Holdman’s career in banking for the past 14 years includes serving as Chairman of a two-bank holding company in northeast Indiana with assets of nearly $800M.  He served as President and CEO of one of the merged banks for nine years having served previously as senior trust officer and a member of the Board of Directors.

A licensed attorney, Mr. Holdman was a partner in the law firm of Lautzenheiser Myers and Holdman.  He has served as a deputy prosecutor for the State of Indiana and was Managing Partner and founder of Wells County Land Title Company while with the law firm.

Prior to his law career he held a position as county executive for a state human services agency. 

Holdman, along with his wife, also served volunteer faith-based positions in Haiti for nearly two years.

Holdman is active in his community.  He currently serves on the Huntington University Board of Trustees and is Chairman of the Board for the Huntington University Foundation.  He served twelve years on the local Board of Directors chapter of Youth for Christ, serving Adams, Jay and Wells Counties in northeast Indiana.  He now serves on the national board for YFC/USA.

He is a member of the Indiana State and Wells County Bar Association.  An active member of the Zanesville United Methodist Church, Holdman serves on the administrative council.  He also serves on the Wells County Council as the District III Councilman.

Travis Holdman holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University.  He has a Master of Science degree from the University of St. Francis and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southeast Missouri State University.

Holdman has served as an Associate Trainer for the Million Leader Mandate project in Kumasi, Ghana from 2004 through 2006.  He has been active in numerous bankers’ trade associations and served on the Indiana Department of Financial Institutions members’ board where he was chairman.
He has served in leadership roles with the local economic development organization and the United Way.  Holdman was honored in 2004 as a Sagamore of the Wabash by the Governor of the Indiana.