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Building Healthy and Financially Strong Communities

To learn more about our organization, get in touch with us today.

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Educating People for a Better Future

At BHNI, we believe that proper nutrition and financial literacy is a good combination in having sustainable and independent communities. To teach and promote health and wellness and financial skills  we work with Black and Hispanic churches and conduct webinars on a variety of relevant topics. To learn more about our organization, get in touch with us today.

Mission Statement

Inspiring and Healing Communities while Elevating Hope.



La BHNI aportará a la comunidad hispana los recursos e instrumentos de salud que nos permitirán vivir una vida sana y vibrante. Nuestros hijos ahora tendrán opciones saludables que moldearán sus vidas. ¡Estoy super emocionado por ser parte de este programa!   -  Ana


La BHNI ofrece a la comunidad hispana una base sólida para ayudar a las familias a construir un futuro financiero fuerte. Este programa garantizará que ya no se aprovecharán de ti porque entenderás cómo funciona el dinero - Gustavo


Who We Are and What We Do

The Black and Hispanic Nutrition Initiative is a community outreach program in collaboration with Health Advocates and Healthcare professionals. Richardson Consulting Group LLC has developed a platform to address the increasing level of disease in the Black and Hispanic communities. It also addresses the need of Financial Literacy in the Black and Hispanic communities.


This outreach program was established to bring awareness, education and mentorship solutions to serve the Black and Hispanic communities.


This initiative features some of the nation’s best Physicians, Nutritionist, Health coaches, Business mentors and Financial professionals.

Disparities in health and disease between various segments of the population, such as racial and ethnic groups, have increasingly become a major focus of public health research, practice, and policy. (Satia, 2009)


Diet is a key contributor to disparities in many chronic diseases and conditions. Therefore, in order to address and ultimately eliminate health disparities, it is important to understand how various factors, including diet and nutrition, contribute to these disparities. (Satia, 2009)


Cardiovascular Disease—The #1 killer of African Americans. Diabetes—3.2 million African Americans have diabetes, yet more than 33% do not know it. Vitamin D Deficiency—Low Vitamin D has been associated with several types of cancer as well as certain autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus.


Hispanics or Latinos are the largest racial/ethnic minority population in the US. Heart disease and cancer in Hispanics are the two leading causes of death, accounting for about 2 of 5 deaths.


Unfortunately, minorities such as the Black and the Hispanic communities are at higher risk of developing diseases such as, cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, high blood pressure and heart disease. These diseases which in the past have been reserved for adults are now being contracted by children.


Bringing awareness to poor eating habits and which foods to avoid in addition to increasing the awareness of which foods will provide the proper nutrition is a preventive measure to decrease the levels of sickness and disease. Implementing educational workshops and also providing literature will serve an important role. The participation of the church leaders will play a significant role as well.


Mentorship is being provided by successful and qualified business owners that will teach entrepreneurship and assist in starting your

own small business.


Key Components:

  • Awareness/Education
  • Mentorship
  • Financial Literacy
  • Nutrition and Health

RCG Richardson Consulting Group is a veteran and minority-owned health and wellness organization that for the past 5 years has introduced Health and Wellness solutions to impact communities across the country. Troy Richardson is a United States Air Force veteran inspired 

by serving others.

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Our Team

Executive Director,

Troy Richardson

RCG Consulting LLC

Health Advocate, Licensed Financial Professional

Health Leadership

Dr. William Sears

Board Certified Pediatrician

Founder of Sears Wellness Institute

Executive Health Advisor

Dr. Victor Payton

Board Certified Pediatrician

The Temple Doctor 

Lisa Michelle

Certified 

 Health Coach

Aging Well Specialist

Henry Lee

Health Advocate

Wellness Educator


Nora Carmenates

Wellness and Mental Health Advocate


Ana Guataipu

Certified Health Coach
Holistic Nutritionist

Brandy Clinkscale

Certified Yoga Instructor

Classically Trained Chef

Najah YaSin

Health Advocate, Registered Nurse

Elizabeth Hall

Behavioral-Peer Recovery Specialist


FInancial Leadership

Kim Scouller

Executive Financial Advisor 

CEO OnlyBlueSkies

Lawyer, Financial Advisor

Felicia Bell

Financial Professional




Gustavo Tode

Financial Professional


Phyllis Shallman

Financial Professional


Education Outreach Programs

Sam Penceal

Executive Director

Pastoral Leadership Council

Pastor Ollie Gray III

Cross Generations Ministries, Waterbury Connecticut



Dr. Vandy Kenedy

Bishop - Walker Mill BC

President DMV Chapter

American Clergy Leadership Conference

Girien Salazar

Nat'l. Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference

Pastor Gail Brown-Johnson

God's Power Source Network

Ebenezer BC Washington, DC



Elder Gwendolyn Gantt

St. Stephen Baptist Church

Temple Hills, MD

Isa Torres

Pastoral Resident- Cliff Temple BC

Dallas, TX

Rev. Charles Phillips, Jr.

Franklin P. Nash UMC

Washington DC

Pastor Janet Galarza

Pastor over

Community Outreach 

Second Baptist Church

Waco TX

Organization Structure

Executive Team

Executive Director Troy Richardson


Executive Advisor - Health, Dr. Bill Sears

Executive Advisor - Financial literacy, Kim Scouller

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