Donna Green-Goodman, MPH has a story to tell.
You may have read part of her
story in ESSENCE magazine
, seen her
recipes in MESSAGE magazine
, read her
devotionals in the Women of Color Devotional Bible, or have a copy of her
book Somethin To Shout About! (Orion Enterprises, 1999).
will help you discover how some simple lifestyle principles and her
faith in God helped her
to recover her
own health and could be the key to your own successful health recovery.
latest release â€œThe Cookinâ€™ Up Good Health Collectionâ€ includes a cookbook and a 2-Volume Cooking DVD. (Still Shoutinâ€™, 2008)
Donna Green-Goodman graduated from Oakwood University with a degree in Home Economics-emphasis nutrition.
She received the Master of Public Health in Health Education and Promotion from the Loma Linda University School of Public Health.
Donnaâ€™s professional career includes working for the GA Cooperative Extension Service, Morehouse School of Medicine, Morris College, SC-Department of Health and Environmental Control, the GA Division of Public Health-Office of Nutrition, GA Office of Minority Health and her own alma mater Oakwood University where she is currently adjunct faculty teaching nutrition, vegetarian cuisine and health promotion classes.
has also conducted a variety of health education lectures, interviews, and food demonstrations for a large number of health organizations, including the American Heart Association
, Association of Black Cardiologists
, National Medical Association
, National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer
, American Cancer Society
, a variety of media and the faith community.
Recently, she has joined the Susan G. Komen Circle for the CureÂ® Circle of Promise Campaign as a National Ambassador.
From 1998-2006 she
husband operated Lifestyle Principles, Inc.
, a Lifestyle
for Better Health Center
in Decatur, GA that taught people how to improve their health and overcome chronic disease.
They watched hundreds come to a clearer understanding of how lifestyle choices impact health by not only preventing disease but reversing it as well.
believes that lifestyle changes are vital for health and well being and that people are more likely to change when they see us practicing what we preach.
When not conducting health seminars or cooking classes, Donna
spends time with her
first love-her family â€" husband of 24 years Eddie and son Edward, IV (Ivey) a junior at Oakwood University