Dr. Holly A. Tucker currently serves as ACA Alternate Delegate for Tennessee and was recently appointed to the World Federation of Chiropractic Council, which serves as the WFC's board of directors, representing chiropractic on the global scale. She received her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Florida State University and graduated from Logan University with her DC degree in 2011 with her spouse, Dr. Jude Miller. Prior to graduating, she completed clinical rotation at Scott Air Force Base Chiropractic Clinic, and served as Logan SACA President, as well as other leadership roles. Attending HOD, NCLC and WCCS events as a student led her down the path to completing the Internship Programme at the World Health Organization. Upon return to the US, Dr. Tucker enrolled in a Master of Public Health degree program at the University of Tennessee, while concurrently starting a practice with her spouse, and eventually starting a family. Dr. Tucker is certified in Acupuncture, a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), holds a Health Policy Certificate, and was named the Tennessee Chiropractic Association's Rising Chiropractor of the Year in 2017. She became a community leader by advocating on topics such as nutrition, worksite wellness and prevention efforts surrounding the opioid epidemic - how chiropractic and acupuncture can play key roles in healthcare systems. Dr. Tucker is passionate about making healthy attainable for the next generation through her business, Active Family Wellness.
Key Speaking Topics:
- Wellness Advocacy on a Community Health Level
- Integrating Acupuncture with Chiropractic
- Practicing with your Spouse (and/or Starting a Practice with your Spouse)
- Student and Professional Leadership