Ana Fadich, MPH, CHES - Washington, D.C. - Vice President
Ana supervises the daily activities of Men's Health Network, acting in the capacity of chief operating officer. She oversees fundraising activities, the execution of various programs and services related to outreach and health promotion, and the organization's various web platforms. She also supervises the organization’s international activities and relationships.
As a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), Ana develops targeted disease education materials & programs, provides health discussions for participants at community health events, free screenings with national/professional sports teams, and conducts men's health seminars/lectures across the country at faith based institutions & MHN’s “Men At Work” program at corporate employer sites nationwide.
Ana's responsibilities also include maintaining relationships with current corporate partners & non-profit organizations; representing MHN at coalition meetings; serving as a Congressional office and Federal liaison; coordinating and executing community-wide health screening events; and managing a team of staff, interns, and volunteers.
Ana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles, CA, and a Master’s of Public Health degree in Health Education & Health Promotion from the University of Southern California. She is Chair-Elect of the Men's Health Caucus of the American Public Health Association.
Judy Seals-Togbo, MSW - Manager, Faith-based Initiatives and Minority Health Programs
Mrs. Seals-Togbo's home base is Memphis Tennessee, giving MHN a strong presence in Western Tennessee and Eastern Arkansas. She is the founder of the first MHN Support Group in Tennessee and a founding board member for Urban Health Education Supporter Services (UHESS). Her efforts include outreach services and providing health education for the underserved men of the Mid-South area. She is a facilitator for UsToo, the Carin’ & Sharin’ Breast Cancer Support Group and is a Komen Grant recipient. She represents MHN’s interests in various national conferences and policy meetings.
Judy holds a Master's in Social Work from Union University. She is a member of the Men's Health Caucus of the American Public Health Association and also the Arkansas chapter of that association. Judy is Chair of the Tennessee Cancer Coalition, Men's Health Committee.
Mike Leventhal - Men's Health Network-Tennessee, Executive Director
Since 2003, Mike has been serving as Executive Director for the Tennessee affiliate of Men's Health Network (MHN). Mike is responsible for MHN operations within Tennessee and consults with key staff on program coordination throughout the Southeastern United States, with an acute focus on outreach to policy makers, media, and private/public foundations. Additionally, Mike represents MHN in other state activities through a variety of unique capacities.
Mike is the founder of Save the Doodads.org, an MHN signature campaign that is designed to use humor while raising testicular cancer awareness and the importance of the testicular self-examination to the millennial generation.
Mike attended George Washington University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Mike is active in a number of professional associations, including:
Rural Health Association of Tennessee, Board of Directors
Alliance of Young Nonprofit Professionals, Chairman
Men's Health Caucus, American Public Health Association
Tennessee Public Health Association
Scientific Advisory Board, Vanderbilt University's Men's Health Report Card
Ramon Llamas, MPH, CHES - External Relations and Strategic Partnerships, and Minority Health Initiatives
In addition to developing partnerships and health initiatives, Ramon represents MHN's activities in the states and on various city and state government health panels and committees. His previous positions were as Director of Programs for MHN and health promotion at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C.
Ramon holds a Masters in Public Health degree with an emphasis on health promotion and health education from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine and a BS in biological sciences and biomedical engineering from the University of California, Irvine. He is a member of the Men's Health Caucus of the American Public Health Association and currently serves as Treasurer of the Caucus.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Men's Health Network is governed by a 5-member Board of Directors.
There is currently one vacancy.
Jean Bonhomme, MD, MPH
Dr. Bonhomme is founder of the National Black Men's Health Network, He is Board certified in Public Health and General Preventive Medicine and is Assistant Professor at the Morehouse School of Medicine.
Considered one of the key thought leaders in men's health, Dr. Bonhomme is founder of the National Black Men's Health Network, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and an expert on minority health, addictions, AIDS, and the effect that family relationships have on the health of men and boys.
He serves as corporate president and Chairman of the Steering Committee for CHAMPS (Community Health and Men's Promotion Summit), providing free health screenings to economically disadvantaged minority males. Dr. Bonhomme also serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Men's Health and the American Journal of Men's Health. He previously served as staff physician for Toxicology Associates of North Georgia (TANG), a drug treatment facility based in Marietta, Georgia.
He received a personal commendation from City of Atlanta Police Commissioner Lee Brown for work with The Mental Health Task Force, a group of professionals brought together to deal with the psychological impact on the Atlanta Black community of the Missing and Murdered Children Crisis.
David Gremillion, MD, FACP, FIDSA
Dr. Gremillion is a Fellow of the American College Of Physicians and Fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. He has served as President of the Wake County Medical Society and President, Wake Medical Staff Foundation.
He is a Louisiana native and attended LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans. After Medical School, he completed a 20 year United State Air Force (USAF) career and retired as Col, USAFMC. During his Air Force years he was Infectious Diseases Fellowship Director at Wilford Hall Medical Center and later Residency Director, David Grant Medical Center. He served as President of the Society of Air Force Physicians, and Consultant to the USAF Surgeon General for infectious disease.
After Air Force retirement he joined the faculty of University of North Carolina School of Medicine as director, Medical Teaching Service, WakeMed in Raleigh. In 2004, after 17 years at UNC, Dr Gremillion joined the Faculty of Nippon Medical School as Visiting Professor and Professor in Residence at Kameda Medical Center. Beginning in 2011 he reduced his time in Japan to part-time with part-time clinical and teaching roles in North Carolina.
His clinical specialties and interests include general infectious disease, HIV infections; military medicine; immunization; disease outbreaks; infectious skin diseases, abscess, and Domestic Violence.
Ronald K. Henry, Esq.
Mr. Henry is a partner in the Washington, DC office of the Kaye Scholer law firm specializing in National Security, Government Contracts, and Regulatory Compliance.
A 1973 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Michigan, he holds a JD from the University of Michigan School of Law, magna cum laude, and was winner of the Campbell Moot Court Competition, and Note and Comment Editor, Journal of Law Reform.
Mr. Henry has served on the American Law Institute Family Law Project and the American Bar Association Custody Committee. Mr. Henry has also served as an advisor to the Uniform Law Commissioners' Drafting Committee on Interstate Visitation Enforcement. He has provided live and written Congressional testimony on family law issues and has made numerous appearances as an expert commentator in television, radio, and newspaper coverage of these issues.
Andrew Kimbrell, Esq.
Mr. Kimbrell is Executive Director, Center for Food Safety, and an internationally recognized public interest attorney, public speaker, and author. He is the founder and Executive Director of Center for Food Safety. He also is Director of the San Francisco based Center for Technology Assessment, co-founder of Foundation Earth, and President of the Board of Humane Farm Animal Care (that administers the Certified Humane label).
He has testified numerous times before the U.S. Congress and has been a featured speaker at dozens of colleges and universities around the country and other public forums including Google Author Talks, Slow Food Nation, Bioneers and Ecofarm. He is featured in several documentaries including "The Future of Food," "FRESH," and a critique of genetic engineering, "Life Running out of Control."
Kimbrell is also a noted expert on a wide range of technology and economic issues. His works in this area include his international best-selling book "The Human Body Shop: the Engineering and Marketing of Life" and the printed versions of his influential E.F. Schumacher lectures, "Cold Evil: Technology and Modern Ethics" and "Salmon Economics."
In addition to his legal degree Kimbrell also has a graduate degree in Psychology and has often written in the field including his book, "The Masculine Mystique." Besides his public interest work, Kimbrell's passions include his love of piano (stemming from his earlier career as a concert pianist), poetry, baseball, and wilderness fly fishing.
Kimbrell's many accolades include a spot on the Utne Reader list of the world's leading 100 visionaries, and The Guardian recognizing him in 2008 as one of the 50 people "most likely to save the planet."