Gregory A. Bolden, PhD, MTh, MSHA Dr. Bolden serves as the Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Comprehensive Men’s Health Initiative, Inc. in Atlanta, GA. A Georgia non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization founded June 18, 2005 and incorporated in August 2007. Previously Dr. Bolden served as a Program Consultant for the Georgia Department of Community Health addressing chronic disease and the contributing risk factor as a part of the health promotions team for the Georgia Division of Public Health. Dr. Bolden has served as a speaker on Men’s Health for a number of Federal Agencies, Academia and local organization such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Defense, Veteran Administration, Morehouse School of Medicine, World Conference on Tobacco or Health, State of California and Institute for the Advancement of Multicultural & Minority Medicine. His Educational background includes BS Business Administration - University of Phoenix (90), Masters Theological Studies - Bethel Theological Seminary and received his Ordination (91), Masters Healthcare Administration from Almeda University (03), and Ph.D. Psychology with an emphasis in Restorative Justice, Almeda University (10). He is a coordinator for the American Heart Association’s Search Your Heart, Ambassador for the Power to End Stroke, Certified in the Management of Nicotine Addiction, Master Trainer for Chronic Disease Self Management, Certified HIV/AIDS educator, Certified Colorectal Cancer Educator, Community Organizer, and Jr. Research investigator for Morehouse School of Medicine. Learning Objective: •To establish a clear perspective on the importance of male inclusion in the overall health translational from research to action. •To address innovative approaches to urban health in communities having underserved and less informed populations. •To address the unnatural causes of illness and deaths associated with where we live, work play, and pray.