We believe that individuals have the capacity to control their behavior, dictate their environment, and limit their risk of sickness and disease.
By enabling people to use resources at hand and emphasizing the necessities of healthy behavior, we desire to cause a progression of change in the mindset of individuals and communities towards health and well-being.
By improving sanitation management and infrastructure while providing expertise, medication, equipment, and training, we also complement locally established healthcare providers with outside resources.
We are a family-founded, data-driven, expertise-led humanitarian aid corporation personally invested in working with people to achieve a higher level of sustained health and healthcare for all.
Todd Marshall Price, MD
President / Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Price has been in active medical practice since 1988 as an Infectious Disease specialist. He has also been intimately involved in medical and humanitarian aid projects around the world. Dr. Price graduated from Oral Roberts University School of Medicine in 1983 and completed his internal medicine residency at the University of California at Los Angeles in 1986. He concluded subspecialty training in infectious diseases at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas in 1988 and conducted research in tropical diseases.
Sue Price, RN
Vice President / Executive Director
Sue graduated from the Anna Vaughn School of Nursing at Oral Roberts University in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. As a registered nurse specializing in critical care, she has not only cared for the most severely ill, but has also gained administrative skills as a medical intensive care charge nurse. Since 1991, she has been both nursing director and administrator of Todd M. Price, M.D., an infectious disease private practice in Houston, Texas.
Andrew Francis Price
Chief Operating Officer
Andrew is currently a graduate student in the Department of Global Health at the University of Washington in Seattle. After earning his sociology degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 2011, he has worked closely with local & international organizations in low income nations as IMO's chief operating officer. In the last five years, Andrew has developed & implemented programs in Burundi, Haiti, Honduras, Malawi, Nicaragua, Uganda, and Vietnam all with the intended purpose of raising overall qualities of health and healthcare. Most recently, he has worked towards reducing the adverse effects of soil-transmitted helminthiasis & establishing the widespread adoption of compost-based sanitation in communities within Uganda and Burundi.