Curtis Holloman

Senior Engagement and Social Change Director


In his role as Senior Engagement and Social Change Director, Curtis Holloman leads the Foundation’s engagement strategy, oversees grantmaking and helps to ensure that our investments and activities align for maximum impact toward improved population health and health equity.

Mr. Holloman has Masters Degrees in Political Science from Appalachian State University in North Carolina and in Business Administration from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. He most recently served as Deputy Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Local Funding Partnerships, which was a national grant making program to support innovative community-based projects which addressed the root causes of health problems. He was Deputy Director of the Rural Health Policy Center based at Penn State College of Medicine where he was part of the technical assistance and direction team for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Southern Rural Access Program, a long-term initiative awarding over $31 million throughout the south to improve rural health primary care. He also served for six years as public health director for two county health departments in North Carolina, his home state.