NCCU Alumna Steps into Director Role for Global Research Publishing

Posted August 17, 2021, 9:53AM
Kevonne Holloway

Kevonne Holloway, ’00, was recently named managing director for Global Education, Reference and Continuity at Elsevier, an international leader in medical, and scientific information and analytics.

Elsevier publishes content for nursing and medical school education and is widely used by practicing clinicians and researchers worldwide. 

In her new role, Holloway will lead a team of more than 300 employees in creating, commissioning and delivering high-quality content through all pre-publication stages for customers in clinical, education and science settings. Prior to this appointment, Holloway was Elsevier’s vice president for educational content.

She will be responsible for ensuring the highest standards of quality and integrity to customers.

“I am both honored and humbled to lead Elsevier’s incredibly talented Global Education, Reference and Continuity team in this important work,” Holloway said. “We will continue to provide best-in-class content for our customers, and I look forward to expanding Elsevier’s digital solutions to further enhance their experience.”  

Holloway also serves as a leading member and vital voice on Elsevier’s Race and Ethnicity Task Force, which is committed to eradicating racial bias in health care.

Holloway began her career as an analyst for Pharmacia, later serving in leadership roles at Johnson & Johnson and Synovate.

She received a bachelor’s degree from NCCU in business administration with an emphasis in finance and a Master of Business Administration from Maryville University of Saint Louis. Holloway also holds a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma. She is a legacy Eagle.

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