Holly HowardManager of Clinics and College
Holly joined the Project C.U.R.E. team to help fulfill our goal of improving access to equitable medical services in resource-limited settings. As the Manager of Clinics and College, Holly prepares medical and non-medical volunteers for overseas service and travel.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in information systems; a master’s degree in education to instruct high school mathematics, business, and computers; and a partial degree in Computer Support Technology.
Holly has a long professional history focused on helping others. She taught math at Lodge Grass High School in the Valley of the Chiefs on the Crow Indian Reservation. Holly spent ten years in Christian Radio as a radio personality and was the Program Director for a station in Montana. She served as the Veteran Services Career Skill Coordinator at the Samaritan House Homeless Shelter in Downtown Denver, and assisted seniors and the disabled as a Catholic Charities social worker.
In her spare time, Holly likes to read, walk by the river, visit with friends and family, and watch her grandchildren play soccer.