Operations Coordinator

Parker Holloway (he/him) is the Operations Coordinator for the Living Well space in the Davis Center. Parker work is a hybrid in nature in that he coordinates the logistical, behind the scene aspects of the Education and Outreach branch of CHWB but also spends a lot of time working with student staff and interns who are interested in promoting wellbeing to their peers. He centers the work he does from a lens of health equity and social justice. Parker also is a teacher of yoga and mediation and is drawn to sharing these practices specifically with communities that don't always have easy access to them. 

Parker is a UVM Alumn, earning his B.A. in Sociology in 2012. Parker then went on to earn his Masters of Public Policy at Loyola University Chicago before returning to Burlington in 2014. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health at UVM. Parker brings with him an enthusiasm for human development with a particular passion in examining the impact of intersecting identities.

parker stands in front of the Davis Center bricks with a smile and a tan shirt with detailed pocket

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

  • Intersectionality and Identity Work
  • Disability Advocacy and Awareness
  • Dismantling Mental Illness Stigma
  • Mindfulness & Yoga 


  • BA, Sociology, University of Vermont
  • MPP, Loyola University Chicago


  • 802.656.0441
Office Location:

Living Well, first floor of the Davis Center Rm 112