Dr. Dona Cooper Dockery is an author, a speaker and a physician practicing internal medicine who has dedicated over 25 years in positively changing healthcare outcomes both nationally and internationally. She is board certified in internal medicine and holds active memberships in the American Academy of lifestyle medicine and the American Medical Association.
Dr. Dona Cooper Dockery has founded and actively directs Cooper Internal Medicine and the Cooper Wellness and Disease Prevention Center where patients are not only diagnosed and treated using the traditional healthcare approaches, but she emphasizes up-rooting the causes of chronic diseases through lifestyle modifications. Her highly effective 12 weeks to wellness program has had significant life-changing results on many of her patients. Many of those patients are enjoying more health with less medication involved, some patients have even gotten off medication entirely! These patients have reversed diabetes, improved blood pressure, others have lost weight, reduced cholesterol, or decrease the risk for coronary artery disease and early death.
Dr. Dona Cooper Dockery is actively engaged in various communities giving healthy lifestyle seminars and free medical care not only in the USA but also in countries such as Haiti, Jamaica, the Philippines, and Europe. She is the host of the popular TV show “Get Healthy with Dr. Cooper”, which airs bi-weekly on two local TV channels. She is the author of the health studies series “My Health and The Creator”, and the book “Get Healthy for Life”, she also writes for and produces the health magazine “Get Healthy”. Her most recent accomplishment is the upcoming book “Fourteen Days to Amazing Health”, in which she outlines various success strategies that will empower the readers to take control of their health, believe that there is an alternative to medications, change their paradigm, and a live happier, healthier, and more fulfilled lives.
Pastor Dr. Paul Amo Kyeremeh
Dr. Paul Amo Kyeremeh,* is an international speaker, an expert in Preventive Health Care Issues, and an advocate of lifestyle medicine. He was a visiting lecturer for the Adventist University of Africa (AUA). Currently, he is the Director of Ghana Adventist Health Services (GAHS). He’s the brain behind & a co-founder of Pisgah Advanced Medical Center. He served as a President of the Mid North Ghana Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He had previously served as a Hospital Administrator. A passionate believer in excellence and health education, Dr. Kyeremeh founded the Center for Life Transformation & Extension. He is a Pastor, preacher, and teacher. He has spoken extensively on radio, TV, and to university students. As a leader, he is deeply into capacity building and the development of individuals, institutions, and nations. He is right now pursuing two additional doctorates—a Ph.D. in Development Administration at the Philippines Christian University, and an ND (Doctor of Naturopathy) at the International Institute of Original Medicine in the US.
McKen V Carrington
McKen V Carrington, Professor of Law, Texas Southern University. BS Brooklyn College, 1979. JD, Albany Law School. Admitted NY, 1983 (inactive), Admitted, Texas 2002. Interim Dean of Law, 1995 – 1997 & 2002-2006. Dean, 2006-2009. Membership of accreditation teams for SACS and the American Bar Association. Chair of the Texas Southern University Faculty Senate/Assembly; Interim Director of Intercollegiate Athletics; Special Assistant to the President. Chair of the University Rank, Tenure and Promotion Committee. Lead liaison for the American Bar Association African Law Initiative Sister Law School Project in Malawi, Africa.
MEET THE TEAM
Faithful Path International Ministries (FPIM) is a nonprofit organization with a passion for service. The project began as a vision of Dr. Donna Cooper, a successful Internal Medicine physician located in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas. Dr. Cooper has long felt the need to contribute her efforts to relieving the suffering of humanity both locally in the Rio Grande Valley and internationally as a part of a global mission. Faithful Path International Ministries aims to establish a network with medical and educational professionals who serve to teach, mentor and heal people in distressed areas of the world.
Dr. Cooper began this initiative when she volunteered her medical services in Haiti after the devastating earthquake of January 2010. The heart wrenching sights of long lines of suffering deeply moved Dr. Cooper as she personally treated over 100 patients daily for two long weeks. In total, Dr. Cooper’s team treated over 1,500 patients on their trip. Witnessing such abject poverty in the neglected towns of Haiti, made Dr. Cooper determined to dedicate her efforts towards making a difference in the lives of the suffering both home and abroad, and Faithful Paths International was born.
Mission Statement: Faithful Path International Ministries aims to establish a network with medical and educational professionals who serve to teach, mentor and heal people in distressed areas of the world.