CraDale Waller is a native of Danville, Virginia. He was formally educated in the Danville Public School
system under an advanced degree curriculum. He was raised by his mother and grandmother to work
hard, have compassion, and do good. These ethics would follow him throughout his life and inspire him
to achieve and accomplish great things. Upon graduation, he attended Virginia Union University where he
graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.
While attending, he served as the SGA Vice President, Mr. Viriginia Union, and various other leadership roles. He’s a proud Spring 2013 Initiate of the Gamma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.
He went on to attend the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, TN and obtain a Masters of Cytopathology Practice. He was dually trained in histology and cytology. In addition, he obtained a Master of Public Health from Walden University. He is currently in pursuit of his Doctor of Medicine, specializing in Family Medicine.
He holds a histotechnologist board certification from the American Society of Clinical Pathology which permits him to practice as a histotechnologist. CraDale desires to be a well-rounded, fully capable physician with a thorough understanding of trends in medicine and disease specific to African Americans so that he can properly serve under-served and under- represented minority communities. He lives by Jeremiah 29:11, “I know the plans I have for you says the Lord, plans to prosper you and never to harm; to give you hope and a future.”