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Curtis E. Holloman

Deputy Director

Southern Rural Access Program/Rural Health Policy Center

As deputy director for the Rural Health Policy Center Holloman helps direct the efforts of the Southern Rural Access Program grant program and manages the 21st Century Challenge Fund matching grants program. Before accepting this appointment Holloman was the health director for Scotland County in Laurinburg, NC for nearly three years. In that position he oversaw the establishment of the Local Healthy Carolinians initiative, restructured the county department of health, privatized the home health division and developed a public health dental clinic. Prior to this position he served as the health director in North Carolina's Sampson County where he was successful in introducing an immunization outreach project and overseeing the reestablishment of the county's health education program. Holloman graduated cum laude from the University of North Carolina with a BA in Public Administration and from Appalachian State University with an MA in Political Science and Public Administration. He completed a sixmonth legislative assistant internship with the US House of Representatives and was a graduate teaching/research assistant for two years. He has served as a local board member of the American Red Cross and was the founding director of the Sampson County Domestic Violence board among other professional interests.