Mission: Education is the key to eradicate diseases or to recover from illness. To this end I am dedicated to providing guidance to others on their wellness journey.
I entered the healthcare field as a graduate from Jamaica Ministry of Health School Dentist and auxiliary training program. I was among the first batch of scholarship recipient’s students, who entered the pilot project. I worked in the school system in rural Jamaica as a school oral health practitioner before immigrating to Canada. I completed a clinical Dental Hygiene refresher course at the Durham College of Applied Arts and Technology, Durham, Ontario Canada and satisfied qualifying examination for registration with the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO), as a registered dental hygienist(RDH)in 1981.
Early in my practice, I decided that an integrative medicine approach to healthcare delivery was best for her practice and to this end I continued studies in the following health disciplines. Bachelor of science degree in Oral Health promotions from the O’Hehir University, Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine and Sciences(DHMS) from the Hahnemann College of Homeopathic Medicine –Toronto, Canada, Diploma in acupuncture the Occidental Institute, medical acupuncture at the Bio-medical acupuncture institute in Colorado., Diploma in pain management from the Pan-American Institute of Natural Science, Homotoxicology at the International Academy of Homotoxicology, Bio-puncture at Bio-Med Canada, International Medicine seminars and workshops at the Institute of International Medicine-University of Missouri. I contributed to several Ph.D. doctoral fellowship research for both the University of Humanitarian Medicine research program and the Quantum University of Integrative Medicine over the years it has attended hundreds of professional development conferences seminars and workshops.
As an educator and I am proud to say that I am still on my educational journey.
Dame Commander of the Sovereign Order of the Orthodox Knights Hospitallers.
Dame Commander of the Order of Saint Paul-France (Commandery Ontario.
Professor and head of the Department of Natural Medicine and Humanitarian Medicine of Saint Peter and Saint Paul Lutheran Institute (Lutheran University)
Chancellor Canadian College of Humanitarian Medicine
My first experience with humanitarian healthcare was as a student of Dental Healthcare Training Program under the auspicious of Jamaica Ministry of Health Dental Training Program.
During my senior year in training, I was given the opportunity to observe Dentists and Physicians of Humanitarian Medicine at work on the SS Her Majesty’s Hope Medical Ship. That left an indelible impression on my consciousness which coupled with my Christian background imprinted a burning desire to be involved in humanitarian service to help suffering humanity.
In March 2003, I was appointed Deputy Minister and Public Health Diplomat under the International parliament for Safety. My portfolio was to help establish humanitarian health care facilities in developing countries.
In the developed and developing world they are countless individuals who are suffering from health challenges due to addictions and lifestyle related illness. There are also millions of people in war torn countries and individuals affected by natural disasters who are lacking basic nutrition, education and effective traditional healthcare and skills to reform their lives.
I established the WONM-Clinics for Humanity™ in 2003, to provide traditional natural medicine and dental healthcare and addiction management services to under served people and to promote humanitarian values through education.
Knighted for Humanitarian Services
Presenter at World Health conference Quito Ecuador