Who We Are
We provide public health education and inspire a lifestyle of disease prevention and cultural enrichment for children in Central & South Georgia.
B. Waine Kong, Ph.D., JD
B. Waine Kong, Ph.D., JD came out of retirement to take on the Foundation at the request of Dr. Stephanie Kong. Dr. Waine is a lawyer by training; has Ph.D. in psychology; was a professor at the University of District of Columbia; Vice President of a hospital in Baltimore; a Director of a research medical organization; and was the CEO for the Association of Black Cardiologists. During his 22 years. As the CEO for the Association of Black Cardiologists. Dr. Waine's experience will help make ZOe Pediatrics Foundation successful.
Charlaya Campbell, MD
Dr. Campbell decided she wanted to be a Pediatrician when she was three years old and never waivered. She completed her Pediatric training at Morehouse School of Medicine after earning her medical degree from the University of St. Louis. She joined ZOe Pediatrics in 2012 and was the 1st addition to the ZOe Pediatrics family of excellent Pediatricians. She is everything a great Pediatrician should be and a little more.
Michelle Yates Miles
Michelle Yates Miles is sharing her 21 years of experience in the banking industry with the ZOe Pediatric Foundation. Giving back to the community is her priority. "Kids are our future." She is leading by example and building children to be active in their communities and focused on growing into healthy adults.
Heather Butler joined the ZOe Pediatrics Foundation on the 30th of November. Heather relocated to Georgia about 2 years ago from Colorado. She is a Paralegal by training and detail oriented. Heather believes it takes a village to raise a child, and with this foundation we can put a mark on the world and better our children for the next generations. "We are inspiring our children to be better, be healthier and happier."
What We Do
Making A Difference
Promote an Active Lifestyle
Mind Body Soul
Health and Wellness Education
Reinforcing our Commitment
One Step at a Time
“Children do not have to be sick to get better."