• Attended Dr. Bobby Jones Gospel Taping at BET. 
  • Attended a White House Community Leader Briefing on community issues.
  • Participated in a CTV Prince George's County TV taping on young entrepreneurs.  DeAnna Mayo and Eunita Winkey were interviewed. 
  • Attended a She Matters Young Entrepreneur Workshop at Towson University that mentee DeAnna Swan-Mayo of My Sweet Tooth, LLC was guest speaker. 
  • Attended a Black Women for Obama 4 Change Reception honoring Mayor Gray and other Congresswomen. 
  • Attended She Matters event honoring 16-year old entrepreneur mentee DeAnna Swan-Mayo of My Sweet Tooth, LLC. 
  • Attended Prince George's County Administration Bldg. where mentee DeAnna Swan-Mayo of My Sweet Tooth, LLC was honored.
  • Participated in a Blood Drive with Children Hospital sponsored by mentee DeAnna Swan-Mayo of My Sweet Tooth, LLC. 
  • Attended the Trumpet Awards, Atlanta, GA. 
  • Parenting Matters Conference: Building Excellent Students Together, Congressman Steny Hoyer and Ann Chafin from Maryland Dept. of Education and Panel of Community Leaders.
  • National Council for Negro Women Annual Conference - Montgomery County, Maryland Chapter. 
  • National Council of Negro Women Health Expo Sponsored by AARP.
  • National Congress for Black Women Annual Event.
  • Institute for Advancement of Multicultural & Minority Medicine Seventh Annual Awards Benefit Gala, Saluting Survivors…Promoting Life. Honoring William J. Clinton (42nd President of United States, Gen. Colin Powell, Maimah Karmo, F. Alexis H. Robinson, Anne C. Beal, Alonzo Mouring, Margot Copeland, and Hon. David Catania, and Donna Richardson Joyner.
  • Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Phoenix Awards Dinner.
  • National Newspaper Publishers Associations, The Black Press of America.
  • Congressional Black Caucus Conference.
  • Health & Wellness Luncheon, Congressional Black Caucus Conference.
  • Transforming Public Education for African-American Youth, Congressional Black Caucus Conference.
  • Who' Who in Black Washington, DC Reception.
  • Living in Victory Conference, Tantallon Country Club, Ft. Washington, Maryland.
  • Parent Power Now Conference, Judge Glenda Hatchet,
  • Congressman Steny H. Hoyer, 8th Annual Women's Equality Day Event on "Excelling in this Economy."
  • Charles County Department of Health First Annual Faith & Unity Health Expo (Medical Record Awareness).
  • White House Conference Call on Health Care Reform with Michael Blake, White House Office of Public Engagement.
  • Xernona Clayton, Founder/CEO Trumpet Awards - 80th Birthday Celebration, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Victory Chapel Back to School - Free Book Bags and School Supplies.
  • Panelist for Teachers' Round Table about Public Schools - Mel Franklin for PG Council.
  • Black Women for Obama for Change - President Obama birthday celebration at Jenny's on the Waterfront, Southwest, Washington, DC.
  • Meet and greet Mel Franklin (PG County Council), Tom Dernoga (State's Attorney), Mike Miller (State Senate), Jim Proctor and Joe Vallario (State Delegates), Donna Hathaway-Beck (School Board), and Kelly Canavan (Democratic Central Committee).
  • The Sojourner Truth Celebration First Anniversary Celebration of the Unveiling of The Sojourner Truth Memorial.
  • HERS Foundation's Twenty-Eight Hysterectomy Conference, Saturday, April 24th, New York - U.S. Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney will deliver keynote address at HERS Conference
  • HERS Nationwide Hysterectomy Protest Images
  • Southern Maryland Fellowship of Christian Athletes Fundraising Banquet (Featuring Former NFL RB Keith Elias. 
  •  and Former Super Bowl Champion Reggie Evans).
  • Harriet's Anti-Drug Ministry.
  • Grow the Hope for Economic Empowerment in Prince George County.
  • The Point TV Show - Health Care Reform. 
  • Gunston Middle School, Fit Gunston 1st. Annual Health Event. 
  • Woman's National Democratic Club, Reception to Benefit Women and Girls Who are Victims. of the Civil War in Eastern Congo,  speakers Dr. Desiree Bagula and Maya Soetoro-Ng. 
  • Congressmen Steny Hoyer, Health Care Reform, Northpoint High School, Waldorf, MD., 
  • Health Care Reform with Jason Waskey, Organizing for America Maryland State Director. 
  • Honored in Who's Who in Black Washington, DC Inaugural Edition, September 22, 2009.
  • Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc., Annual Legislative Conference.
  • National Congress of Black Women, Inc., Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Awards Luncheon. 
  • CNN Political Ticker News - Congresswoman Dona Edwards Health Care Town Hall Meeting in Oxon Hill, Maryland.
  • Congressmen Steny Hoyer, Health Care and Medical Record Awareness.
  • NAFFCCA Sibling Camp, Camp Sandy Cove, (Fostering Families) .
  • Family Fun Day, Victory Chapel, Accokeek, Maryland (Medical Record).
  • Winkey-Davis Family Reunion, Baltimore, Maryland (Medical Record Awareness),
  • Charles County Department of Health First Annual Faith & Unity Health Expo (Medical Record Awareness).,NAFFCCA Parkview Alumni Family Event, (Fostering Families/Medical Record Awareness) 
  • NAACP 100 Year Convention, New York (Medical Record Awareness).
  • The Point TV Show, Foster Care & Environment.
  • National Press Club, Congressmen John Conyers, Health care reform.
  • Family Fun Day, South Potomac Church (Medical Record Awareness).
  • Harriet's Anti-Drug Fellowship (Medical Record Awareness).
  • Juneteenth Festival, Westlake High School, Waldorf, Maryland, June 13th (Medical Record Awareness).
  • River Artsfest, Indian Head Maryland, June 13th (Medical Record Awareness).
  • Woman's National Democratic Club Luncheon with Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis
  • Woman's National Democratic Club Education Task Force Meeting.
  • Woman's National Democratic Club Membership Meeting.
  • NAACP African American Family Community Day at Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum.
  • Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq., National Congress of Black Women, Inc. - Health Forum.
  • Health Care for America Now and DC for Obama, U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation and the Heritage.
  • Grow the Hope for Health Care, Prince George's County.
  • DNC Headquarter Preparing for DC for President Obama's Health Care Day.
  • Charles County Government Annual Government Day (Medical Record Awareness Survey).
  • Matthew Henson Middle School Annual Career Day (Medical Record Awareness).
  • Gunston's Middle School Annual Career Day (Medical Record Awareness).
  • Dr. Keith Harris, Presidential Inaugural Ball.
  • The Institute for the Advancement of Multicultural & Minority Medicine Inaugural Ball.
  • Panelist on The Point TV Show on DC COMCAST 95 "Unnecessary Surgery and Medical Record.
  • Awareness"
  • Panelist on The Point TV Show  on DC COMCAST 95 "What Price Beauty?"
  • Everlasting Life Health Complex, Dr. Baruch "Your Body Is Your Temple."
  • Guest on Michael Baisden Show "Unnecessary Surgery and Medical Record. Awareness"
  • Panelist on The Point TV Show on DC COMCAST 95 "We are our Children's. Keepers"
  • National Press Club - Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
  • The Point TV Show - Founder/President Eunita Harper-Winkey is a panelist on The Point TV Show. We are a collective of African-American commentators who express spiritual, political, social, and economic viewpoints that we feel resonate with various faiths and ideals representative of the nations. Reverend Dr. Barbara Reynolds happily anticipates her new TV show that will air March 5, 2008 on access channels across the nation.  The show is called The Point, and Dr. Reynolds will host it with a panel of incredibly interesting and bright African-American women; namely, Traycee Gales,  Mertine Moore, Valencia Mohammad, Ella Coleman, and Eunita Winkey. 
  • Panelist on The Point TV Show on DC COMCAST 95 "Black Women- Our Time Has Come"
  • November/December 07, featured as first article in the Health & Lifestyles Black Women 50 Plus Magazine "Know What's In Your Medical Records."  A special thanks to Linda Jackson Cocroft, Founder and Publisher for her support.
  • November 5- "Maryland Chamber of Commerce /Baltimore Business Journals 2007 Business Philanthropy Awards.  The award winning companies are announced, Academy Award Style at the National Philanthropy Day Luncheon to be held at the Baltimore Waterfront Marriott Hotel on Monday, November 5, from Noon to 2 p.m.  Other awards from the AFP - Maryland will also be presented that day; however, the National Business Philanthropy award will be kept a secret until the luncheon.  All nominees will be recognized at the event which draws 1,000 people." 
  • Guest with Sunshine King and family (Hurricane Katrina) who relocated to Rocky Mount, NC on Radio One "Reynolds Rap Talk.
  •  Business Philanthropy Awards Nominees Announced.
    "Twenty-one Maryland companies have been nominated for the 2007 Maryland Business Philanthropy Awards. The awards program is a joint effort between the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the Baltimore Business Journal to recognize Maryland businesses that have demonstrated a commitment to improving the quality of life for residents of the state through their philanthropic efforts. This year’s winners will be announced during the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) - Maryland Chapter’s Philanthropy Day Luncheon event, which will be held on November 5, 2007, at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel."
    This year’s nominees were: 
  • "Small Employers (1-100 employees) 
    Atwinds Foundation
    Books About You
    Chesapeake Consulting, Inc.
    Correct Rx Pharmacy Services, Inc.
    HarVest Bank of Maryland 
    JEM Engineering    
  • Medium Employers (101-500 employees)          
    Capital Technology Information Services, Inc.
    Choice Hotels
    Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
    MECU of Baltimore, Inc.
    PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
    Systems Application & Technologies, Inc. (SA-TECH)
    Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, LLP
  • Large Employers (501+ employees)
    Constellation Energy Group
    Marriott International, Inc.
    Pepco Holdings
    Safeway, Inc.
    Susquehanna Bank
    Venable LLP
    Verizon Maryland"
  • The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference Exhibition Showcase (Medical Record Awareness). 
  • Interview with Anchor Seth Browning of WNCT Channel 9 at the Katrina family new home in Rocky Mount, NC.
  • Interview with Laura McFarland of the Rocky Mount Telegram on the Hurricane Katrina family relocation to Rocky Mount, NC.
  • ATWINDS article in the Rocky Mount Telegram about the relocation of the Hurricane Katrina family titled "A Long Journey Home."
  • Attended "The Ruth Project Tea," a white dress fellowship for women, Accokeek, Maryland. The Ruth Project specializes in Domestic Violence, Abuse Crisis Intervention, and Christian Counseling.  Contact Minister Barbara Lewis, President and Founder (301-980-3367).
  •  SLS Ministries Breast Cancer Fundraiser Fashion Show, Luncheon, and Silent Auction, Calvary Gospel Church, Waldorf, Maryland.  Visit is not an ATWINDS event).
  • Fundraiser at the Black Leadership Council of Excellence Juneteenth Festival of Charles County Maryland, Westlake High School, Waldorf, MD
  • ATWINDS relocated their first Hurricane Katrina family to affordable housing in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. 
  • Fundraiser at Bryans Road Safeway, Bryans Road, MD.
  • Participant in Medical Record Awareness discussion and the Foster Care System with actress Victoria Rowell on Radio One "Reynolds Rap Talk.
  • Evangelist Sherri Robinson Atwinds Board Member and Administrator, honored as Outstanding Minister at Guiding Star Church Baptist Church.
  • Attended Victoria Rowell book signing (“The Women Who Raised Me”) at Karibu Books, The Mall at Prince Georges, Hyattsville, MD.
  • Fundraiser at Smallwood Safeway, Waldorf, MD.
  • Maine Avenue Ministries Eighth Annual World Spiritual Service Leadership Awards.  Honorees Inducted into the World Hall of Love.
  • HERS Foundation "Say No Until You Know" petition.  "The purpose is for doctors to provide a DVD to every woman who is told she needs exploratory pelvic surgery, hysterectomy, or oophorectomy.” Go to and sign the petition.


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