D.H.Ed. (candidate), A.T. Still University
M.S., University of Mississippi
B.S., University of Mississippi
Brandy Holloman is a research associate with the Georgia Health Policy Center and a member of the Community Health Systems Development team. She brings extensive training and technical assistance experience working with rural and urban communities in adolescent health programming.
Currently, Holloman provides support to U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration’s Federal Office of Rural Health Policy grantees across the country in rural and frontier communities. Additionally, she will assist in the development of new technical assistance tools and training modules for rural communities. Holloman also provides technical assistance to Georgia’s Student Health and Physical Education (SHAPE) grantees to develop wellness committees and physical activity and nutrition plans within school communities and assists with synthesis of the literature for Aligning Systems for Health.