Dr. Winston Isaac is a co-founder of The Walnut Foundation, a Men’s Health Interest and Support group dedicated to development and education of Black men and the Black community in taking responsibility for their health. He is Associate Professor in the School of Health Services Management at Ryerson University in Toronto. His holds undergraduate degrees in Science, Psychology and Business Administration. At the Master’s level, he holds degrees in Adult Education and Health Administration & Policy. He holds a PhD in Adult and Continuing Education. His academic career includes Program Director at the Michener Institute, Program Coordinator with Ryerson’s Chang School, and Director for Ryerson’s School of Health Services Management. He is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders. His healthcare experience includes Health Policy Analyst with the Ontario’s health Ministry and reviewer for accrediting health administration programs across North America.