Tribal Project Coordinator
Christine Holden, Tribal Project Coordinator, serves as lead for a vaccination outreach and education campaign and the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA) project. As lead for these projects, Christine’s goal is to help develop culturally appropriate resources with and for Native populations, tribes, and Native serving entities.
Christine brings to her position a well-established background in project and grant management, and more than a decade of professional experience working with Native populations. In addition to being an IA2 Tribal Project Coordinator, Christine is the CEO and Founder of IndiGenius Consulting (IGC), a consulting company which provides strategy, marketing, compliance, cross-functional, and project management consulting services to tribal and Native-serving entities. Prior to taking on IA2 in 2022 and establishing IGC in 2018, she managed a collaborative partnership with the Indian Health Service on behalf of Dartmouth College.
Christine holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Studies with a concentration in health and social policy from Duke University. Since completing a Bachelor’s degree, she has completed graduate level coursework in Public Health and Federal Indian Law at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the University of Tulsa College of Law, respectively.