JOHN NWOFIA, MD.
John Nwofia was born in lagos Nigeria of parents from Aguleri, Anambra state. He lived in Lagos until he graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos in 1987.He then completed his Housemanship in 2015 and immediately proceeded to the UK for post-graduate training. In UK, he met and married his wife of 17 years, Lorraine. They moved to the US in 1994 where he continued and completed his training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation in Chicago. They arrived Nashville in 2015.
CHIEF THEOPHILUS EGBUJOR, BSC, MSPH
Theo Egbujor is Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Angel Medical Pool, Inc., Friendship Home Health, LLC and Friendship Home Solutions, Inc. in Nashville, Tennessee. Angel Medical Pool, Inc., his charter company, which started operating in 1989, is a temporary nursing staffing company for hospitals and nursing homes. It operates with a pool of 120 nurses, and provides services for some of Nashville’s major nursing homes and Metropolitan General Hospital.
DR. AND MRS. AFAM IKEJIANI
Dr. Ikejiani is the founder and medical director of Prime Obstetrics and Gynecology, PC a professional corporation dedicated to women’s healthcare. Dr. Ikejiani has been in the private practice of Obstetrics and Gynecology for fourteen years, thirteen years in Middle Tennessee. Ikejiani’s practice is affiliated with Nashville area hospitals.
DR. & MRS. LANDON ONYEBUEKE
Dr. & Mrs. Landon Onyebueke is presently a Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and the Director of the Design Methodologies Research Laboratory at Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee. He is the President/CEO of Ebi Care, Inc. He is the current President of the Nigerian National Association in Middle Tennessee, Tennessee. He is the President of Amazing Grace Bible Church, and the Vice President and a former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Grace Evangelistic Ministries. He was the Vice President of Foresight Technologies, Inc. He was the President of Igbo Union Nashville, Tennessee from 2000 to 2004. He was a member of the Board of Directors of World Igbo Congress from 2016 to 2017.