I am board certified in Emergency Medicine and practiced for more than 40 years before I retired in 2018. Since then I have devoted all of my energies to Immugen Pharma LLC, a startup biotech company, which I started in 1999. Having practiced in Negril Jamaica from 1988-1994, I experienced first hand the challenges of healthcare delivery in a developing country, particularly the cost of HIV drugs that has motivated me to develop a low cost alternative for the prevention and treatment of HIV. Also, as a result of the horrendous trauma that I witnessed there, I helped to coordinate an ad hoc working group with representatives of the insurance industry, Ministry of Health, Fire Brigade and rehabilitation center to provide a framework for the establishment of the island’s first emergency medical system whose prototype was launched in the parish of Westmoreland where Negril is located. I also witnessed the environment coming under assault from tourism, overfishing and lack of planning. The founding of the Negril Coral Reef Preservation society took place on the veranda of our home. Likewise, I helped the fishermen of Negril to re-establish their cooperative in order to engage them in the restoration of the marine environment. Today, Negril has a marine park. I have been married for nearly forty years and have three grown children.