Dr. Michael O. Minor
The “Southern pastor who banned fried chicken in his church.”
Dr. Michael O. Minor is a nationally known champion of faith-based health and wellness mobilization. He is best known as the “Southern pastor who banned fried chicken in his church.” As a community organizer for nearly 25 years, Dr. Minor has worked on community empowerment, non- profit business development, and faith community issues. He currently serves as the undershepherd of the Oak Hill Baptist Church/The Hill-Hernando Church Family in Hernando, Mississippi, president of the Mid-South Churches Cooperative Conference (Baptist) State Convention, co-chair of the National Faith-Based Mobilization Network (Faith MoNet), and the National Director of the H.O.P.E. Health and Human Services (HHS) Partnership of the National Baptist Convention, USA, (NBCUSA) Incorporated – the nation’s largest African American religious denomination. A published researcher, he provides advisory services for several local, regional, and national health related initiatives including the Multi-State Plan Program Advisory Board in the National Healthcare Operations - Healthcare and Insurance Division of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, HHS Partnership Office Faith Roundtable, and the American Heart Association National Advocacy Committee. Click here to download hiscomplete bio.
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