MyDoctorCameroon founder and CEO Charles Agbor has found that sending money home to Cameroon for healthcare simply does not work, because he seldom can get accurate information about his family’s health. His mother is blind from a treatable condition, even though he sent money for medical expenses. In 1998, his father died unexpectedly; Charles didn’t know his father had health problems, and still doesn’t know the cause of death.
Similar heartbreaking stories exist among many members of the Cameroonian diaspora and their families. MyDoctorCameroon is designed to solve that problem by providing consistent, on-going care to family members in Cameroon.
Staff and Advisory Board
[“Charles Agbor – Founder, CEO“] MyDoctorCameroon founder and CEO Charles Agbor, who was born in Cameroon, has lived in the United States for 37 years, and is a naturalized U.S. citizen–has 23 years of corporate and executive experience. He is a professional business coach and owner of CAMUSA Corporation, which facilitates business development and commerce among the U.S., Cameroon, and other developing countries.
[“William E. Tabot, Esquire – Director & Corp. Legal Counsel“] MyDoctorCameroon Director and Corporate Legal Counsel is William E. Tabot, Esquire. He practices Law in Virginia and Washington, DC. In addition to a burgeoning criminal practice, Attorney Tabot has represented clients in all aspects of business transactions including incorporation, dissolution, contracts and bankruptcy. His previous corporate experience and background in accounting, business and economics coupled with his wide legal experience makes him well poised as legal counsel. Mr. Tabot was born in Cameroon and is a high school mate of Founder and CEO, Charles Agbor. He has lived in the United States since 1976 and makes his home in Northern Virginia.
[“Benn L. Bongang, PhD – Advisory Board Director“] Dr. Benn L. Bongang is an associate professor of political science and former chairman of the department of Political Science and Public Affairs at Savannah State University in Savannah, GA. He worked for several years as a Journalist for Radio and as a TV Producer/Director for the Cameroon Radio and Television Corporation (CRTV). A former Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow at Boston University in 1992/93, Dr. Bongang also interned at the United Nations Radio and at the U.N. Department of Disarmament Affairs in New York. Dr. Bongang has been featured regularly on WTOC’s Tate Show in Savannah as well as in other media such as The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Des Moines Register, and Savannah Morning News. He serves on the Board of the Savannah Council on World Affairs.
[“Dolly L. Lambe – Advisory Board Director“] Dolly Lambe is a wife and mother of two wonderful boys. She has a BS degree in Microbiology with a minor in Mathematics. She has over ten years experience in Business Financial Management and Business Relations Development working for a National Business Supplies Company as the Sales/Financial Manager and as Business Manager of Oklahoma County Government. She is currently a Program Research Analyst/Cost Estimator with a Federal Agency working on a variety of National Projects and Programs. Dolly is also the President of her all-girls Alma Mata, Ex-Saker Students Association, Dallas Chapter (ExSSA-Dallas). Her passion includes traveling with her family, interior design, real estate and fashion. She loves putting together and working with successful groups to benefit the less privileged especially women, children and the elderly. In her spare time, she loves to read professional development and motivational books as well as mentoring young girls into leadership roles
[“Mathias Mudoh – Advisory Board Director UK & EU Representative“]
In 1982 Mr Mudoh left Cameroon to the UK for studies that led to a B.Sc.Hons in Electronics and Communications Engineering and an M.Sc. in Information Systems Engineering and later served as a Television Engineer for Scottish Television.
In 1992, he went to France on a study grant from a French Chamber of Commerce an MBA program. Upon graduation Mathias, Managed a Change Project for BP Europe as well as doing Junior Consultancy for Entrepreneurs and small business in Eastern France.
Mr. Mudoh created Mabag plc. in 1996 to exploit a tactile communication media involving packaging. Mabag plc. opened up opportunities to plan communication and promotional strategies for a wide range of companies including France Telecom, SNCF, Bubendorf and Radio France.
Mabag closed its doors in 2002.
Mathias retrained in 2002 as a Business Analyst (Euromasters en Ingénieur d’Affaires) and then joined SERAD consultancy, mainly dealing with web-based information systems.
In 2005, Mr. Mudoh left France and retrained as a teacher (PGCE), and has been teaching since then.
He currently teaches Maths at a Cambridgeshire College but also finds time for other activities: Business ventures and business development, private tuition, humanitarian and cultural association.
Mr Mudoh got married less than 2 years ago and presently enjoys the company of his one year old son.
[“Pastor Bisong Simon – Advisory Board Member“]Pastor Simon Bisong is the Senior Pastor of All For God Christian Center, a fast growing Church based in Moscow, Russia; he is an ordained and licensed minister from Kingdom Harvest Ministerial Fellowship Floyd knobs, Indiana U.S.A. Pastor Bisong is commissioned to empower and put in order the things that are out of order. His teachings empower, encourage and educate. The Pastor strategically and systematically work with experts, corporate entities, entrepreneurs and churches get organized (synchronize, prioritize) mentally, emotionally, socially and spiritually. As a Revivalist in the former Soviet Union, Pastor Bisong is a frequent guest on “Russia Today” satellite television where he empowers people to go beyond limits. He has mentored and trained a lot of Christians in Ministry, and most of them presently Pastor churches in Belgium, Holland, South Africa, Cameroon and Russia.
Pastor Bisong Simon holds an MBA from Moscow University Touro, a Bachelors’ in Management Information Technology and second Bachelors’ in Ministry.
Pastor Simon Bisong is married to Lahndong Ghogomu Bison and they are blessed with a son, Aeriel Ray Bisong.
Medical Advisory Board
[“Joseph A. Nkwanyuo, M.D., MPH, – Advisory Board and Medical Strategist“] The Director and Medical Strategist of MyDoctorCameroon is Joseph A. Nkwanyuo, M.D., MPH. He is a board certified specialist in internal medicine. He is the chief medical officer/proprietor of The Windsor Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. He completed his medical education in 1976 at the University Center for Health Sciences (CUSS), Yaounde, Cameroon. His early career in Cameroon included working across the country at the Bertoua, Ndop, Mankon Hospitals and as a Senior Medical Consultant for the Cameroon Development Corporation in Likomba.
Between 1982 and 1987 he pursued specialist training at University of Maryland affiliated hospitals and the Johns Hopkins Medical institutions in Baltimore. Dr. Nkwanyuo holds a Masters Degree in Public Health. Dr. Nkwanyuo was accepted as a specialist by the American Board of Medical Specialists in 1985. He has undertaken extensive research in immunopathology and infectious diseases. His research in Cameroon on African Kaposi Sarcoma contributed to illuminate the early efforts in understanding the emergence of AIDS. He had the unique opportunity of working as a research assistant under the legendary Albert Lasker Laureate, the Late Professor Victor Anomah Ngu.
Dr. Nkwanyuo has been in the active practice of internal medicine since 1985. The Windsor Medical Center has provided comprehensive and high quality medical services to a diverse population of patients including a large number of Africans in the diaspora. He has served two terms as member of the Presidential Advisory Board for Immigrant Health. He is a founding member of HERO, the first AIDS advocacy organization in Maryland. He participated in multiple clinical trials to develop the currently available highly active antiviral treatments. His academic work includes providing clinical training for medical graduates in residency and fellowships. He has supervised the thesis of several PHD and post doctoral candidates in the US and the UK.
He has served on the advisory board of the National Consensus Panel on HIV/AIDS in African Americans. He served as an advisor of the board for several medical companies such as Abbott, Boehringer Ingelheim, Merck, Bristol Meyers Squib, Glaxo Smith Kline and Scherring.
In 1991 Dr. Nkwanyuo received an award from the Health Education Resource Organization for Active and Outstanding Service in the fight against HIV & AIDS. His outstanding service as “community doctor” in the Tri-States of Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia is legendary. In 2010 he was the first ever recipient of the Life Time Achievement Award for Community Service from African communities in the Diaspora. He is also the recipient of several proclamations and acknowledgements from prominent American leaders like the Governor of Maryland, Martin O’Marley, U.S. Senator, Barbara A. Mikulski, Member of Congress, Elijah E. Cummings, Member of Congress, Paul Sarbanes, Mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie R. Blake and The Maryland General Assembly.
Dr. Nkwanyuo’s recognizable medical experience, personal and community achievements would be an invaluable asset to MyDoctorCameroon’s mission to revolutionize the delivery of medical services in Cameroon.
[“Dr. Martin Ojong-Ntui – Director and Medical Adviser“]MyDoctorCameroon Director and Medical Adviser is Martin Ojong-Ntui, M.D. He is a practicing Radiation Oncologist at the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Dr. Ojong-Ntui graduated top of his medical school class in Cameroon in 1983 and worked in that Country as Chief Medical Officer for eradication and Prevention of Sleeping Sickness in Fontem from 1984-1985 and as Assistant to Professor Wali Muna, Division of Cardiology, Yaounde University Teaching Hospital, from 1985-1987. He then traveled overseas and specialilized in Radiation Oncology in France and the United States. Dr. Ojong is board certified by the American Board of Radiology (ABR) and is especially known for his expertise in “Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy” (IMRT), “Image-Guided Radiotherapy” (IGRT) and “Volumetric Modulated Radiotherapy” (VMAT/RapidArc). He was named ‘Washingtonian Top Doctor’ in 2008 and 2010. His holistic medical practice experience (which spans more than 25 years across three continents) makes him an invaluable guide and mentor in the MyDoctorCameroon organization
Mireille R. Graham. R.N
Advisory Board Member
Mireille moved to the U.S after earning a B.A in History at the University of Yaoundé in Cameroon. With aspiration of helping people, she earned Bachelor of Science in Nursing and, is currently working in orthopedic unit at UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica. Over the past ten years she has mastered her field as a: Staff Nurse in Acute Rehabilitation Unit, Orthopedic, oncology, medical Surgical, telemetry units. A Relief Charge Nurse and, Clinical Nurse preceptor for new hires and students nurse. Mireille is shifting her interest from hospital based nursing to Public health as Certified Public Health Nurse. Here she can engage in preventive care methods. She has what it takes to work with the community to improve the population’s health status. Graduated with honors Magna/ Suma: Santa Monica College and, member of the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society: University of Phoenix. She looks up to Oprah as a role model for women. She loves spending time with her daughter, cook, travel, fashion and, gardening, helps her family and, friends in Cameroon and, keeps herself updated with what is happening around the world.
Advisory Board Member
Dr. Joseph Ndongwa first worked as a nurse in Cameroon before emigrating to United States of America over thirty years ago where he continued studying and working in nursing. He became a Nurse Practitioner about two decades ago and has worked in various specialties and settings including Internal medicine, addiction, urgent care, HIV care, correctional medicine and hospital based medicine in psychiatry. His love for the profession and the desire to keep pace with ever increasing complexity of the profession inspired him to pursue a doctorate degree at Robert Morris University, graduating several years ago. He is convinced that with his experience from both sides of our world (Cameroon and USA), he is cognizant of the healthcare challenges and opportunities both here and in Cameroon and therefore well positioned to positively contribute to the success of MyDoctorCameroon. Dr. Joseph Ndongwa is the current President Elect of Cameroon Association of Greater Rochester.
Advisory Board Member
Maggie Mukete, R.N
Maggie Mukete immigrated to the US in 1981 and attended New Jersey City University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. While going to school she worked as a nursing assistant taking care of the elderly. Maggie has always been a people person who enjoys helping others. This motivated her to switch careers and pursue a degree in nursing. Maggie is now a registered nurse/nurse manager with over 16 years experience. She loves what she does for a living. She is also a wife with two beautiful daughters. She loves spending time with them and is grateful to God for them. Maggie looks up to her mother as her role model because she brought her up and made her into the woman she is today. Maggie looks up to Maya Angelo and Oprah as role models. She loves shopping, dancing, cooking for her family, reading, and helping people, who are in need, especially her family members back home.