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AWHPI Board of Directors
Princess Deun Ogulana
is the Executive Director of AWHPI, Inc - an international non-profit organization that focuses on empowering women globally thru health, economic developments, and trade associations and partnerships. She is the organizer of the Annual AWHPI African Health Conference and Symposium, Little Rock, and is the Director of Healthy Mothers...Healthy Families Global Health Campaign, USA. Ogunlana has over ten years of experience in providing consultancy services to international health and women empowered associations, Agribusiness firms, and investment firms. .

deun_dadPrince Richard Ogunlana
Prince Richard A. Ogunlana is the President and CEO of Amfric Supreme International, based in Chicago, ILL. He manages AWHPI global administrative services operations from the chapter in Houston Texas. His 35-year career spans work in the corporate and nonprofit sector. He holds a bachelors degree in Business Administration from Northeastern Illinois University and holds an MBA in Management and Marketing from Governor State University in Illinois. Prior to joining AWHPI, Inc., he served as the Chairman of the Board for Virtuous Woman Publishing International.

Dr. Babajide Ogunlana, DPM, PLLC
is a Chief Podiatric Surgeon in Houston, Texas, and is the Medical Director for AWHPI, Inc. His medical practice, West Houston Foot and Ankle Surgery Center - www.drogunlana.com  is located in Houston, TX. He is Board Certified Doctor of Podiatric Medicine specializing in Diabetics, foot care surgery, and sports medicine. Dr. Ogunlana received his medical degree in 2001 from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia. He completed a one-year Residency in Primary Podiatric Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, TX. He then completed a two year Podiatric Surgery Residency at the Harris Country Podiatry Surgical Residency Program/Columbia West Houston Medical Center in Houston, TX. He is actively involved in international medical missions to developing countries as well as outreach programs in his home church.

Dr. Olabode Olumofin
is a Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. His specialty includes Internal Medicine and Emergency Room medicine. He is the president of his private medical practice, First USA Clinic in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Dr. Olumofin received his medical degree from the Univesity of Benin School of Medicine, and practice his as an MD in Nigeria before further medical residency at Halem Hospital Center in New York. His medical schedule takes him all over the state of Arkansas in Emergency medicine. He is also a co-medical director on the Board of Directors of the AWHPI, and part of the leading medical team on the “AWHPI Charity Medical Mission Trip to Africa”.

patrica_mcgraw Dr. Patricia Washington McGraw
is a retired University of Central Arkansas professor of English and African/African American Studies. Recognized for her outstanding achievements as an educational/civic leader and social advocate, she has received over 300 teaching excellence and community service awards on the local, state and national levels. Dr. McGraw has published seven books and more than 500 articles and works of poetry.

Patricia Y. McCullough

is a fashion, image and etiquette consultant and president of Poise and Perfection Imaging Inc. Patricia has been on speaking engagements around the country and her celebrity clients include the nationally-known singing group “En Vogue.” Patricia is also an on-air personality and model as well as an account executive for radio station KHLR-FM," Hallelujah" 94.9.

Minister Brenda A. Jackson

is a licensed Missionary Evangelist at Jackson Memorial Church of God In Christ. She has worked for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock for over 30 years. She holds an Associate Degree in General Studies and a BA in Sociology with a Minor in Human Service. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Social Work.

Pastor Rita Kay Odom-DeLoney
received ministerial training and credentials in the Church Of God In Christ and the Awareness Center International. She works extensively along side her husband in their church, Issachar Ministries. She has worked at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock for over 21 years. She has a BA in Finance; Master’s in Business Administration and currently pursuing a Master’s in Information Systems.

Renarda Williams

is a freelance writer and associate editor for Virtuous Woman Magazine. He is also a lobbyist for the Children's Defense Fund and Washington Office on Africa.

Helaine Williams

is a longtime feature writer for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Her columns, Let's Talk and Dressing Room, appear each Sunday and every other Tuesday. Helaine also volunteers as a public-relations specialist for African Women's Health Project International.

Terrence L. Bolden
is president of TLB Enterprises, Inc., and is the CEO of Clean and Green Enterprises, Inc. and SebaiCMET, Inc., headquartered in Tallahassee Florida. Terence is the host of Educational Perspectives Radio Show’s Community Focus Hour and the new Clean Green Hour from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. since 2004. Mr. Bolden’s educational background started at UALR and he later became Engineering Technician and Construction Inspector, after completing his certification through the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service in San Antonio Texas. Terence graduated Magna Cum Laude with Distinction from Philander Smith College with a degree in Organizational Management through the Business Management Institute.

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