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Brandi Pinckney-Greene, MSN, FNP-BC

Ambassador Program Coordinator

Ms. Brandi Pinckney-Greene serves as the Ambassador Program Coordinator for Heather Ivy Society, Inc. She joined the organization in 2023 and brings to the mission a wealth of knowledge and experience as an HIV primary care provider and community advocate for persons living with HIV. She owns and operates GMB Healthcare, a primary and palliative care practice and recently founded My Grandma Cares, Inc, a nonprofit servicing those with unmet disability needs.

Dr. Joy Beckwith

Dr. Joy Beckwith is a clinical psychologist, television and radio expert, speaker, and college professor. Dr. Joy, as she is affectionately known, is a graduate of Spelman College and Emory University School of Medicine, where she served as the chief clinician.

Dr. Joy has been featured and served as a guest columnist for a number of magazines such as Forbes, Essence, Oprah, and Women’s Health, where she writes about mental wellness, healthy relationships, and the mind-body connection. Her longstanding passion for the community,  wellness, and mental health has allowed her to make contributions to and appearances on CNN, HLN, A&E’s Intervention, the Steve & Marjorie Harvey Mentoring Camp, The Village Market ATL, and the OWN Network.

Dr. Joy’s passion for bridging the gap between the mind-body connection (mental, emotional, and physical health) has afforded her the opportunity to work with professional athletes, executives, and entrepreneurs nationwide. She understands that psychological factors influence personal and professional performance and decisions and she assists individuals in reaching their optimal performance.

As a resident psychology expert, Dr. Joy can be heard weekly, in 32 states, on the nationally syndicated radio show, “The Nightly Spirit,” where listeners get their weekly dose of encouragement and callers can ask for on-air advice regarding their most pressing dilemmas. In addition to Dr. Joy’s busy schedule, she develops seminars and workshops for organizations, conferences, and corporations nationwide.

Dr. Beckwith is a dedicated change agent in her community, serving on a number of community boards geared towards serving individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. She is the recipient of the Richard Morrell Community Service Award and a city proclamation for her volunteerism. In 2018, she was given the Key to the City and inducted into her hometown’s Hall of Fame for her professional pursuit of excellence and service to others. Professionally, Dr. Joy is the co-founder of the Carrefour Psychological Health Institute in Atlanta, Georgia and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, watching football, cooking, and traveling.

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