The Revd Paul Holley
Paul Holley is an Anglican priest from the Church of England. He
worked as a financial advisor in the personal finance industry for 6 years
before his training. Following ordination in the Diocese of Manchester he
served a curacy and was rector of two parishes in Salford.
Following this he became chaplain to an Anglican
congregation near Geneva, Switzerland. During this time he worked with local
colleagues to establish the Anglican UN Office Geneva and studied part time at
Warwick Business School for a Master of Public Administration.
In developing the theme of HIV/AIDS at the World Health
Organization, Paul encountered the growing interest of the role of faith-based
health providers in health systems. Paul proposed and co-founded the Anglican
Health Network so that Anglicans could develop a more robust structure in which
to nurture this role. Since July 2010 has been working full time as network
coordinator from his home-based office near Geneva.
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Posted: 18 Mar 2011