MEET OUR SUPPORT CIRCLE
DR. MARIELLE ARMSTRONG,
Speciality Doctor, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Dr. Armstrong is a young professional with a passion for women's reproductive health who always avails herself to be of service through Fibroid TT.
She completed her MBBS at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica and then served her country in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department at the Scarborough Regional Hospital from 2014-2019.
During her tenure, she was involved in research on the prevalence of fibroids in Tobago women and educational outreach on reproductive health issues and hypertension in pregnancy for the Tobago Regional Health Authority. By the time of her departure, she was Acting Registrar for Obstetrics & Gynaecology and successfully completed numerous reproductive procedures for many women.
Dr. Armstrong is now a Speciality Doctor in Leeds Teaching Hospitals with the NHS Trust in the United Kingdom. This after serving as a Senior House Officer, Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Yorkshire and becoming a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
DR. MELAIKA AGBEKO, BSc ND
Founder, Natura Mara Health & Wellness Clinic
Canadian Board Certified Dr. Agbeko is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Agbeko grew up in Tobago (born in Bochum, Germany) and attended Bishops High School after which she attended the University of Alberta and graduated in 2003.
It was always her dream to return to Tobago to practice Naturopathic Medicine and she fulfilled this dream by opening and operating the Natura Mara Health & Wellness Clinic where her core areas of focus are Women's Health & Adjunctive Cancer Care.
Dr. Agbeko embodies compassionate, patient-centred care and it is this very care and patience she brings to Fibroid TT initiatives whenever she is called to serve.
BRENDA MC INTOSH BROWN
Mrs Brenda Mc Intosh Brown is certified in event management, dance education and cosmetology and brings her strengths in creativity and mentorship to our organisation.
Her attention-to-detail is second to none and this also augurs well for her administrative support to the organisation through our outreach initiatives and moral support to the many girls and women that we interact with through our outreach.
Mrs Mc Intosh Brown is also a patient advocate as she also navigates life with an issue of the uterus.