Dr. Linda J. M. Holloway has over 24 years of experience teaching in higher education focusing on topics such as cultural diversity, cinema therapy, women and rape, the psychology of black women and hair, black women and depression, career counseling, women and social justice in developing countries. She has presented and published both locally and internationally. Dr. Holloway obtained her doctorate from Mississippi State University in Counselor Education, with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health, and a minor in Sociology, with emphasis in Criminology, race, and relationships. Currently, Dr. Holloway teaches at Alabama A & M University in the Counseling and Psychology Department. She has been at Alabama A & M University since 2002. Dr. Holloway is extremely passionate about helping other people define their purpose, passion, and plans for their lives through her own organization “Divine Destiny Institute”. She inspires her students to reach for the highest and encourages them to never settle for less.
(1) Black Women and Rape, (2) Black Women and Depression, and (3) The Black Community Battle Against Sickle Cell Disease.