SHOP BY PERFORMANCE
Bruce Wolf, M.D. is the Founder of the non-profits, The Dispensary of Hope and Hope Beyond Hope. He has been an allergist in private practice and a Vanderbilt Clinical Professor for 20 years. Dr. Wolf received his BA in English from Amherst College and his M.D. degree from the University of Louisville. He did his residency in Internal Medicine in Albany, New York and his Fellowship in Allergy in Memphis Tennessee. He is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Allergy. Dr. Wolf served on the editorial board of the Journal of Asthma for 10 years. He has published numerous scientific articles in peer review journals in the field of allergy, anaphylaxis, asthma, and health economics. Dr. Wolf has been a social activist for many years. In 1983, prior to the movement being popular, he headed the New York State lobby for the Clean Indoor Air Act, anti-smoking legislation. In 1986, he organized the first AIDS Walk, “Steps in the Right Direction”, in the State of Tennessee. He also founded the Memphis AIDS Speakers’ Bureau and was the first President of the Memphis AIDS Coalition. He started Camp Wezbegon, the first camp for asthmatic children in Tennessee. He also served as the President of Jewish Family Services, from 1995-1997. Confronted throughout his medical career by the growing needs of the less fortunate, he helped create the DePaul Dispensary, an indigent pharmacy in Nashville, in 1997. In 2003, Dr. Wolf started the Dispensary of Hope in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He served as its President and Board Chairman for four years prior to becoming its Director of Strategic Partnerships. His efforts helped to lay the groundwork for the Dispensary’s Distribution Center and the Dispensary’s expansion nationwide. In 2009, he started Hope Beyond Hope, a non-profit dedicated to the advocacy.