Howard Marcus

Howard Marcus is a retired commercial insurance executive, who has worked in the insurance industry for 35 years.

His area of expertise was large commercial property with premium in excess of $100,000 or more. Howard’s professional activities included large complex property program with layered participation from multiple companies. As well as, large 100% ground up property programs, including coverage for the perils of earthquake and flood. He’s worked for a variety of companies; Aetna, Wausau, CNA, and Liberty.

His last employment was with Axis Insurance Company. His position was Vice President of Property Underwriting for the Southeastern Seven States.

Howard is married with 3 children, ages 41, 36 and 18. He currently lives in Loganville, GA.

Education and Credentials
B.A. (Economics), University of Washington, 1976

A cadre instructor for management training courses, include, but not limited to:

  • Managing Change
  • Delegation
  • Preventing Sexual Harassment
  • Interpersonal Communication

Activities and Interest:

  • Chess
  • Traveling outside the USA
  • Loves basketball, football and track & field
  • Officiated high school football and basketball
  • Enjoys jazz music

Raymond T. Diamond

Ray Diamond is the James Carville Alumni Professor of Law and Jules F. & Frances L. Landry Distinguished Professor of Law at Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University.


Prof. Diamond teaches criminal law and constitutional law. He has also written and taught in the area of administrative law and antitrust.  His scholarship in the area of the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms twice has been cited in Supreme Court jurisprudence, most recently in McDonald v. City of Chicago (2010) (Justice Thomas concurring), and was awarded the 2000 Carter-Knight Freedom Fund Award.

In connection with the issues he has raised in his Second Amendment scholarship, he was co-counsel on the amicus brief presented by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) to the Supreme Court in District of Columbia v. Heller, decided in 2008.

He is the co-author of Brown v. Board of Education:  Caste, Culture, and the Constitution, which was awarded the 2003 David J. Langum, Sr., prize by the Langum Project for Historical Literature.

His newest scholarship is forthcoming, “Public Safety and the Right to Bear Arms,” a chapter in The Bill of Rights in Modern America (revised 3rd ed., 2019)

Keisha Brown, MD

Keisha Brown MD, FAPA is the co-founder of WellMed. Dr. Brown is a psychiatrist who has practiced within the Greater Atlanta area for almost 15 years.

She is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Adult Psychiatry. Dr. Brown was also granted fellow status by the American Psychiatric Association “APA” for her dedication to the psychiatric profession.

Dr. Brown obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Spelman College and her Medical Degree from the University of Louisville. She completed her Adult Psychiatric Residency training at the University of Maryland; and her Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Fellowship at Emory University located in Atlanta GA. Dr. Brown served as Chief Resident in her last year of training; a position reserved for outstanding resident doctors possessing excellent clinical skills and strong leadership potential.

After her studies, Dr. Brown served as a Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist for Douglas Outpatient Services; Clinical Director and later Medical Director for outpatient facilities in Macon GA. Returning to Atlanta in 2007, Dr. Brown formed her own practice City to City Psychiatric Services, Inc. A private entity that focuses on how the mind and body connect to shape our quality of life.

A wife and mother of two, Dr. Brown has worked with numerous families and groups struggling to balance their life and work, while overcoming burnout, depression, anxiety and other stress-related concerns. Her holistic approach to medicine combines therapeutic techniques with medication management as necessary.

Dr. Brown co-founded WellMed because she sought to work with other Psychiatric Professionals who shared her medical philosophy. Physicians who take the time to truly know their patients; and by doing so, create a friendly Doctor-Patient relationship which serves as a platform form sustain Wellness.

Roger Carter II

Roger Carter II, JD/MBA is the Founder of the WellMed Foundation.  A resourceful company builder – from napkin to profitability.


Mr. Carter is an accomplished marketing professional who seeks to build profitable companies that produce socially responsible products and services.

Mr. Carter is proud of is “Blue Collar” roots.  The son of a Custodian and Seamstress, he was the first man of his family to graduate from college – Stockton University.  He would later receive a Juris Doctor from Tulane University Law School and a MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management.

He would spend years in Corporate America working in the fields of Product Ideation, Product Development, Market Analysis and Product Management before saving the initial capital to open WellMed/Atlanta – A group of Child & Adolescent Psychiatrists serving Metro Atlanta.

As the Concept originator of the Mobile Psychiatric Services platform that developed into WellMed, Mr. Carter was also responsible for all B2C/B2B direct marketing, business development  and grew the staff from a solo practitioner in 2007 to one of the largest multi discipline/provider Psychiatric Consulting Firms in Metro Atlanta by 2014.  In 2015, due to its strong growth rates during the “Great Recession”, WellMed/Atlanta was one of twenty businesses in the entire state of Georgia selected by the SBA for its Emerging Leaders Program.

On the eve of closing one of the biggest deals for WellMed/Atlanta, he and his son and would be involved in a car accident caused by a distracted driver.

By the miracle of God, his son was playing soccer two day later.  Mr. Carter would need dozen back procedures, a back surgery; and in the end, would be in constant pain for the rest of his days, would require a scooter, and would need pain medications that caused significant cognitive impairment.

Mr. Carter’s became involved in his children’s public school when the air conditioning went out one day.  He bought all the fans from the local hardware store and while putting them together at the school, began to notice all of the needs of the school.  Mr. Carter also saw that his daughter was happier at the school than she was at any private school she had every attended.

At that time members of his church coached him about the concept of Servant Leadership.  About being a good steward of one’s Time, Talent and Treasure at home, in the church and in the community. No longer feeling sorry for himself, Mr. Carter started using his business and legal acumen at his daughter’s elementary school to create strategic marketing plans, bought computer equipment at his son’s Middle school and committed to set up a scholarship program for kids with ADHD his local High School.

Now the thought was, what if he could get more parents to invest their Time, Talent and Treasure for one goal:  The improvement of our public schools by offering “real world programs” that develop their children and used any profits received to help local public schools by: Giving Teacher Bonuses, Buying Computer Equipment and Improving Mental Health & Business Education – The idea for the WellMed Foundation was born!