Dr. Lennox Graham
Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership, 2008
A life-long learner and entrepreneur, Dr. Lennox Graham is focused on contributing to people’s lives through preventive health care. A speaker and advocate for health education and awareness, Lennox invented the Blood Pressure Impact Machine in 1996 (patented in 2008). This devise offers a visual representation of the effects of high blood pressure on the body’s blood vessels and is used in hospitals, schools and clinics nationwide.
The machine demonstrates the difference between a healthy blood pressure and the impact of unhealthy pressure on a person’s health. “Most people are unaware that high blood pressure is one of the silent killers in Americans, and the impact that diet and exercise can have on a person’s long term health.”
Lennox is also a presenter for Linvis Enterprises, focusing on self esteem and self empowerment. Previously, he was director of outreach programs for the University of Maryland, Department of Family Management where he managed grants to aid underserved populations receive medical care and increase awareness of health-related topics.
Lennox has also authored many papers for scientific journals and has lectured at Johns Hopkins University.