Marjorie Roberts, AACH President, received her BS in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin and Master of Science in Health Professions from Southwest Texas State University. She retired after 30 years of nursing to serve as President/CEO of Newton Laboratories (the sister organization of AACH), a manufacturer of homeopathic remedies. She studied homeopathy with the Academy of Advanced Complementary Medicine and received a DAHom from the American Academy of Clinical Homeopathy (AACH). She was the founding president of CAMA, the Complementary/Alternative Medical Association and spent many years advocating at the Georgia State Capitol on behalf of natural medicine. Marge lectures at community gatherings, universities, and national health-related events. In addition, she serves as an adjunct professor at Life University, teaching a two-credit undergraduate course on homeopathy. She is the author of My Body, My Health, My Choice, a book about complementary/alternative medicine and the health freedom movement. She has appeared on numerous television and radio talk shows discussing complementary/alternative medicine and issues of health care freedom.
Robert J. Barnhill, AACH Program Coordinator and Practitioner Liaison, earned his BS in Pharmacy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and MA from Columbia University New York City. Disillusioned with the recklessness of conventional health care, Robert has spent much of his career exploring the healing powers of nutrition and botanical medicine as both practitioner and educator.