Debo Awosika-Olumo MD., MS., MPH., PHD 

President/CEO, GHMIGROUP INC

Adebowale I. Awosika-Olumo received PhD in Public Health with specialization in Epidemiology He currently serves as Contributing faculty member in the Ph.D. Public Health in the College of Health Sciences at Walden University since May 2014.

Dr. Awosika-Olumo is the President of GHMIGROUP Inc. A diversified company focusing on bringing advanced healthcare solutions to emerging markets. He was the chief epidemiologist of the city of Houston, Texas, the fourth largest city in the United States, where he implemented integrated disease surveillance systems along with other health informatics projects until July 2011. He served as the principal investigators for various Centers for Disease Control, and Department of Homeland Security collaborative projects in public health and public health informatics. He has an extensive research background, and public health experiences in Nigeria, England, and the United States. He has a number of publications and presentations on health-related research projects.

Loren Hill BS

Executive Director of GHMIGROUP INC. USA and also the president of SDL Venture and TRI Contracting. He has over 20 years of providing engineering, construction and project management services to residential clients, small businesses and Fortune 500 companies alike.

He is the Co- Founder of Reach Youth Global and Chairman of the Board of Directors. Loren can be described as a businessman, entrepreneur, innovator and visionary leader! He is most passionate about his work in International Missions. Over the past 15 years, Loren has traveled the world extensively and is responsible for the key partnerships of Reach Youth Global. He has devoted much of his time to establishing key partnerships around the world and developing strategies with our partners to reach more youth for Christ.

Sal Sberna BA. MBA

Director GHMIGROUP Inc. Was Lead Pastor at The MET Church in Houston, Texas for 20 years. He retired on February 2015.

Sal has a BA in Biblical Studies from Criswell College (1984); a Masters in Ministry from the Southern Baptist Center for Biblical Studies (1992) and an MBA in Not For Profit Management from Dallas Baptist University (2007).

His preaching style is inspirational, motivational, and Biblically based. He motivates people to move forward in their walk with God. His heart is for the Kingdom beyond the local church. His heart is for the under-resourced and those who have not heard the gospel around the world. This desire led him to co-found Elevare International, a non-profit organization that exists to reach and serve the children of the nations that re-launched in May 2015 as Reach Youth Global. Sal is particularly fond of missions in Africa and the Far East.

Greg Lyons MBA., PhD

Director GHMIGROUP Inc

Greg Lyons is the founder and CEO of Global Surge, a not for profit Christian Humanitarian organization. Greg leads the Global Surge team, an Asian based cross-cultural ministry impacting countries throughout the Asia-Pacific region, Africa, and North and South America with the mission to “change the world by inspiring and influencing others with Truth, enabling them to positively impact their community with a message of hope.” Global Surge strives to develop strategies to be duplicated in metropolitan areas similar to Manila.

Under Greg’s leadership, Global Surge’s outreach has had far-reaching success across our globe.  Some efforts include 100,000 youths attending Global Surge camps and retreats in addition to offering a variety of instructional and supportive services, including higher education, job skills training and school assistance, providing clean water for at risk communities, drug and violence prevention, abstinence and AIDS education, feeding centers, and disaster relief.

When recognizing the extraordinary impact Global Surge is having, it is easy to assume Greg is a great leader. His leadership lessons and character are to be admired.

A diversified company focusing on bringing advanced healthcare solutions to emerging markets. He was the chief epidemiologist of the city of Houston, Texas, the fourth largest city in the United States, where he implemented integrated disease surveillance systems along with other health informatics projects until July 2011. He served as the principal investigators for various Centers for Disease Control, and Department of Homeland Security collaborative projects in public health and public health informatics. He has adjunct faculty positions at Bowling Green State University, Ohio and University of Phoenix in Public Health and Healthcare policy respectively. He served as Adjunct faculty of Public Health at the University of Texas School of Public Health, Houston, Texas. He has an extensive research background, and public health experiences in Nigeria, England, and the United States. He has a number of publications and presentations on health-related research projects