Dr. Eunita Harper-Winkey, Founder

Dr. Winkey created the Medical Record Awareness movement because she believes that folks should be concerned about their medical records as their credit records. In 2007, out of her Medical Record Awareness advocacy she established Atwinds Foundation, Inc.  She is a business teacher, Founder/CEO of Atwinds, and the motto is “A Teacher’s Work Is Never Done Services.” She has appeared as a panelist for the Hysterectomy Education Resource Service Conference, and has participated in a number of health care forums and town hall venues. Dr. Winkey has shared her unnecessary hysterectomy medical error story in many venues, such as the White House, Radio One, Michael Baisden, 50+ Magazine, public schools, colleges, Health and Human Services Faith Expo, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, churches, community, government, AARP, National Council of Negro Women Planning Long-Term Care Campaign, and co-producer of the Point TV on DC Cable. Her movement has also been introduced to many celebrities and her story has been published in “The Walking Wall: 73 Cents to the Walking Gallery,” the Patient Voice in Health Information Technology authored by Regina Holliday, 50+ Magazine and the Parkdale High School newspaper.


Dr. Winkey is a passionate teacher with decades of molding and shaping the lives of children inside and outside of the classrooms. She is the Co-chair of Mental Health for Black Women for Positive Change, board member of the Positive Change Foundation, Supervisory Committee member of the Arlington Community Federal Credit Union, and member of the Walking Gallery. Dr. Winkey attended True Standard Christian Bible College, NC, University of Phoenix, AZ, George Mason University, VA, and Saint Augustine's University, NC.  She is a former foster and adoptive parent of siblings and resides in Pomfret, Maryland with her husband.  Dr. Winkey is an active member of Victory Chapel in Accokeek, Maryland.


Debra Pinkett, Director  

Ms. Pinkett has many years of editorial experience. She serves as Trip Report Coordinator for Humanitas, Inc. and Job Corps, which is the nation's largest and most comprehensive residential, education and job training program for at-risk youth from ages 16 to 24. Job Corps has provided more than 2 million disadvantaged youth with the integrated academic, vocational, and social skills training they need to gain independence and get quality, long-term jobs or further their education. She is responsible for reviewing reports to ensure that the students are receiving adequate educational and medical care. She  edits all Job Corps documents, newsletters, and websites for accuracy, content, and grammatical consistency. Ms. Pinkett is a two-term Council member for the Town of North Brentwood and has also served as Contributing Editor for the Prince George’s Post. She attended the University of Maryland in pursuit of an English degree and has taken courses such as Mistake-Free Grammar and Copy-editing,: Beyond the Basics, and Fundamentals of Copy-editing and Proofreading. She is a former foster parent and resides in Lanham, Maryland. 


Denise Buck, Director

Ms. Buck is a business teacher for Prince George's Public Schools System. Denise is a children's advocate and mentor for those who are in need. She has a Master's Degree in Leadership from Bowie State University, Maryland.  She resides in Bowie, Maryland.


F. Shevette Greenhow, Director 

Mrs. Greenhow received her B.S. in Political Science from the University of Central Arkansas. She is an advocate of ensuring the success of our youth, and is very concerned with health care and economic development in our society. She has many years of experience in marketing communications within the health-care environment including events management, nonprofit organizations and compliance oversight. She has previously served our country in the United States Navy at the Washington Naval Yard in Washington DC. Mrs. Greenhow is an active member of Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church in Washington, DC. She resides in Frederick, Maryland with her husband. 


Sherri J. Johnson, Director 

Mrs. Johnson is an Associate Minister at Galilee Baptist Church in Suitland, Maryland under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Lloyd T. McGriff, Senior Pastor.   She also serves in leadership ministry at Galilee in the following roles: President of the N.E.W. Women’s Ministry and counsels women as required and an instructor at the Growth Institute at the churches second location in Washington, DC.  She recently completed her studies with Richmond Virginia Seminary and received her Bachelor of Ministry Degree.  This Fall 2017, she desires to further her academic at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology Virginia Union University.   Mrs. Johnson has been an employee with the Federal Aviation Administration for 30 years.  She lives in Bowie, Maryland with her beloved husband.


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