Donna Green Goodman, MPH

Donna Green-Goodman, MPH

Author, educator and healthy living expert, Donna Green Goodman, MPH will help you discover how simple lifestyle principles and her faith in God helped with her health and could be the key to your own successful health recovery. Her latest release, “The Cookin’ Up Good Health Collection”, includes a cookbook and a two-volume cooking DVD.  Her cooking show of the same name airs on the Hope Channel and Our Faith Channel. She has also conducted a variety of health education lectures, interviews, and food demonstrations for variety 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 served the Susan G. Komen Circle of Promise Campaign as a national ambassador and is a Cancer Project cooking class instructor.

Donna graduated from Oakwood University with a degree in home economics with an emphasis in nutrition and received the Master of Public Health in Health Education and Promotion from the Loma Linda University School of Public Health.  Her professional career includes working for the Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, Morehouse School of Medicine, Morris College, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, the Georgia Division of Public Health-Office of Nutrition, Georgia Office of Minority Health and her alma mater Oakwood University where she is currently adjunct faculty and is a regular contributor to HealthTalk, a weekly health segment on WEUPTalk.