Our Partners


“The Allergy & Asthma Network seeks to end the needless deaths and suffering due to Asthma and Allergies. By partnering with the African American Wellness Project (AAWP), we have a trusted messenger who can help us make an even larger impact. Thank you for helping increase our reach and ensuring that our consumers know where to go to get the healthcare information they need and desire.”

Tonya Winders
President and CEO
Allergy & Asthma Network


“BlackDoctor.org has enjoyed a long standing partnership with the African American Wellness Project, a trusted resource in the Black community, that has allowed us to provide our audience with access to even more easily digestible, timely, relevant and accurate healthcare information and directly from the experts who know best, like CEO and Founder Dr. Michael LeNoir.”

Reggie Ware, CEO


Healthy Aims for Little Ones (HALO) and for Families, LLC’s focus is to partner with other like-missioned agencies to develop and implement programs and initiatives that improve the lives of families and children. When discussing our partnership with the African American Wellness Project (AAWP), our founder, Dr. Chanda Nicole Holsey, stated “We are thrilled to have an enduring, effective partnership with Dr. Michael LeNoir’s African American Wellness Project. The synergy among our two organizations is palpable, as we both are passionate about our commitment to addressing health disparities in African Americans and other vulnerable communities. It is an honor to work alongside Dr. LeNoir, Monique LeNoir, and the full complement of AAWP team members! We look forward to successfully continuing our goal of collectively developing new strategies to elevate and address health equity in communities of color.

“Healthwise is committed to transforming the role of the patient in health care and helping all people live healthier lives. We are excited about our continued partnership with the African American Wellness Project, a trusted resource for health information. This partnership is a natural fit for our purpose and mission and allows us to make a difference addressing health disparities by providing easily accessible and relevant health information.”

Dr. Adam Hunsney, CEO

Health information found online is often incomplete, contradictory, and hard to understand. However, the capability of the internet to deliver information is proven,” said Adam Husney, MD, CEO of Healthwise. “When patients know they can trust specific health information sources, such as the African American Wellness Project, and get credible information, they can improve their health outcomes.


“The key to making healthcare accessible to all is to make it understandable to all,” says Nathan Adams, president and chief executive officer of Linkwell Health. “High-quality, consumer-centric digital content improves health literacy and equity — and empowers people to take actions to improve their health. We’re honored to partner with AAWP to provide trustworthy prostate cancer information to communities that lack it.”



“By partnering with Dr. LeNoir and the African American Wellness Project, we were able to get our audience the most up-to-date, important health information that they needed on critical topics, such as Asthma and Diabetes, that disproportionately affects the black community.”

Rob Dalton
Director of Operations
VNR-1 Communications

“The African American Wellness Project and VNR-1 formed a unique one of a kind partnership. AAWP Founder and CEO Dr. LeNoir is a respected and trusted voice in the African American community and this partnership represents what VNR1 stands for, delivering relevant, timely and needed multimedia content to diverse audiences.”

Jack Trammel
VNR-1 Communications


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