Rahman A. Parker, MS
"Underserved populations deserve unique quality healthcare. We can help increase health outcomes, empowering the powerless to accomplish the impossible". -Rahman Parker
Mr. Parker understands the 'heart' of people in need. Living with a unique congenital heart defect, he's dedicated his life's work to the care and improvement for the health of others. Parker has more than 15 years of public service and healthcare development expertise, and his professional career includes work with non-profit healthcare, pharmaceutical biotechnology and public health. These expansive experiences led to his vision for improving communities worldwide.
Before founding Mahn Healthcare, Mr. Parker began his career in global health development when he joined medical missions as a project manager and media spokesperson in the United States, Dominican Republic and Ghana. While working in these areas, he saw communities without basic first aid or clean water resources, and became concerned with the health and welfare of underserved populations.
In 2007, Mr. Parker completed his post-graduate studies at the University of Oxford, Hertford College, where he examined the link between economic development and global healthcare systems. He received a Master of Health Science in International Health from George Mason University in 2007. He attended Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2004 for his post baccalaureate studies and Virginia Commonwealth University for his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry in 2001.
He currently serves as Senior Environmental Health Specialist with the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), Loudoun Health District in Leesburg, Virginia. In addition to pursuing his life's work, Mr. Parker is an Adjunct Faculty member in the Department of Global and Community Health at George Mason University.
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