Our roots

Dr. Michael A. Hunter was a Hemophiliac infected with HIV by a blood transfusion of Factor VIII concentrate when he was 15 years old.  Dr. Mike, as he was commonly referred to by his family and friends, graduated from Grambling High School in May of 1984.  During his time at GHS, he was an honor student, band member (marching, concert, and jazz bands), statistician for the varsity basketball team, president of the student council, and a member of the National Honor Society.

Dr. Mike graduated from Xavier University in New Orleans, Louisiana with a degree in Biology. On May 16, 1993, he was awarded the Doctor of Medicine Degree from UCLA-Drew in Los Angeles, California.  He spent his residency at Martin Luther King/Charles R. Drew Medical Center in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

 
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I know that I have chosen a difficult road to walk, but I have the tools to make it a successful journey. Life has been a test of my courage and my tenacity. I have passed with flying colors.
 
 
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Inside the foundation

Inspired by a collective goal, we have decided to expand our 1995 scope and reshape the vision. Mark and Faith Hunter have joined forces to create an online and in-person movement designed to help change the narrative around wellness, and assist in enhancing the quality of life of others – body, mind, soul, and community.

Stay connected and learn more about our new vision!