NorCal Symposium on Climate and Pandemic Resilience in Heath Care
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She focuses on teaching the impact of social determinants of health on health outcomes, addressing diversity in health professions through pipeline programs, HIV prevention and health impact of climate change .
As Medical Director, she developed an HIV care and treatment program with funding through the Ryan White Care Act., participated in Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institute of Health advisory and programmatic review panels for HIV treatment and vaccine research and for community based participatory research.
Dr. Holder served as Medical Director of Jackson Health System’s North Dade Health Center from 1990 to 2009.
In 1987, she moved to Miami- Dade County as a National Health Service Corp Scholar to work with the underserved communities.
Her community involvement includes serving as President of the Florida State Medical Association –the state affiliate of the National Medical Association in which Dr. Holder works with nine local Florida Medical Societies to address health disparities and increase the viability of African American physicians.