Curtis Holloman joined the Foundation for Healthy High Point in January 2021 and serves as the Executive Director. He comes to the Foundation with 20 years of philanthropic experience, working with communities to address conditions that influence health.

Prior to joining the Foundation, Curtis served as a Senior Advisor and Senior Director of Grants and Programs for the Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg during its start-up. Curtis was the Deputy Director for two Robert Wood Johnson national program offices including the Local Funding Partnerships, based at the Health Research Education Trust at the New Jersey Hospital Association, and Southern Rural Access Program, based at the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine. He served as the Health Director for both Scotland County and Sampson County Health Departments and started his career working with a group of community rural health clinics in Robeson County.

Curtis earned his MBA at Temple University, an MA in Political Science at Appalachian State University, and a BA in Public Administration and Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. As a North Carolina native, Curtis is excited about the opportunity to return home and work locally in the Greater High Point area to improve health and wellness.