Our DEI/AR Team

Brandie Hollinger MSN, RN

DEI Co-Chair BCH Mission Bay
Assistant Patient Care Manager
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

Brandie Hollinger is currently the DEI Committee Co-chair for Benioff Childrens Hospitals. Her full-time role at UCSF is in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) where she functions as the Assistant Unit Director for both the PICU and the BCH Critical Care Resource Team. Her experience as a direct patient care advocate to critically ill and vulnerable pediatric populations in both Florida and California sparked Brandie’s passion for examining how socioeconomic factors affect health inequities in the U.S. and abroad. Brandie moved from Florida to California and completed her Masters of Science in Health Policy Nursing at UCSF’s School of Nursing while continuing to advocate for the patients she cared for in the PICU. Brandie has also worked to improve access to health care for underrepresented populations as a Paul G. Rogers Scholar at the National Coalition on Health Care in Washington, D.C. As the BCH DEI Council Co-Chair, Brandie has continued to work towards finding creative, best-practice based solutions to decrease health inequity within the UCSF diverse patient population and provide essential DEI education and training to all UCSF faculty and staff.

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