Dr. Corey Hebert, a practicing physician, and television and radio talk show host, is one of the most widely sought after professionals in his fields of community inspired medicine and motivational speaking. After leaving his home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Dr. Hebert attended Morehouse College, alma mater of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He took the campus by storm by becoming freshman class president of what was then the largest freshman class in the college’s illustrious history. Dr. Hebert always wanted to serve his fellow man and upon graduation from Morehouse he continued the pursuit of his goals at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee.
Dr. Hebert is currently working for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on a Media Roundtable that travels throughout the United States educating the Minority Media on effective ways to give information about the influenza vaccine to populations who are inherently have issues concerning vaccine administration.
Dr. Hebert serves on many committees and boards and has served as the Vice-Chairman of the National Executive Committee for the National Health Service Corps. This very important board, overseen by the Surgeon General decides which areas in the US and US territories will be designated as underserved and underrepresented.