About Us

We are excited to provide the FIRST culturally sensitive ONLINE University. Our focus to to educate professionals and consumers regarding the issues and topics that affect the daily lives of People of African Descent as well as other vulnerable at risk populations. We will provide Four (4) Academies; Health and Wellness; Social Enterprice / Essential Skills; Faith Based lectures; and Global Business Development

Meet Our Academy Leaders

HOV University has four world renowned experts in their respective fields. Our Academy Directors are responsible for the Core Curriculum and Speaker Content for each Academy.

Dr. Anita Davis-DeFoe

Global Solutionist specializing in Fourth Sector Initiatives that fosters sustainable human and economic development

Dr. Lenore T. Coleman

Founder of HOV University.  Clinical pharmacist, Certified Diabetes Educator and content expert on Cultural Competence,  Medication Adherence and Minority Recruitment for Clinical Trials.  

Bishop Doyle P. Scott

Innovative, Trailblazer, Kingdom Builder, Restorer of “the breached”, Apostolic Spiritual Teacher and Transformative Servant Leader are just a few terms to describe Bishop Scott’s ministry.  Earned a degree in Biblical Studies from Logos Theological College and a Bachelor’s degree in Divinity from Canada.

Dr. Marcia Brandon

A social and economic development entrepreneur,  of Jamaican birth, is currently living and working in Barbados.  Lauded as a pioner, champion and guru entrepreneurship development. The Caribbean Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Livelihoods (CoESL) is pioneering regional entrepreneurship.

What Our Students Have to Say

Thank you so much for organizing the advanced diabetes training program. The 8-hour program ia great. It's one of the best training programs I have ever taken. Regarding content and materials, they were clear, concise, and easy to follow. Dividing the topics to be covered by different expert speakers was extraordinary. It gave me as a pharmacist a big picture of how as a healthcare team can work together and make a valuable impact on treating and preventing the complication of the diabetes disease.
Walter Clark, RPH
From Fayetteville Georgia
The Advance Diabetes program had expertise talking about a number of topics: an MD. Endocrine Specialist talking about the new guidelines and the diagnosis of diabetes; Clinical Pharmacists Diabetes Educators talking about the different medication options and the clinical trials that give preference to specific medications that target specific health risks, and how to initiate and adjust insulin therapy and oral medications in the clinical field; . Dividing these topics among different speakers gave a great value to the depth of discussions that I have not found somewhere else. Such organized program contributed significantly to my learning experience.
Nevin Abuabdou
From Atlanta Georgia