Founder-Health Fitness Director; Chief Editor-Publisher
Dr. Vicki Haywood Doe earned her doctorate degree in Health Sciences- Exercise Physiology from Kent State University and is a certified Exercise Physiologist by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM-EP-C); a health fitness specialist and medical exercise specialist (MES). Vicki has spent many years teaching, promoting, and motivating individuals and the community at large of the importance of exercise and nutrition and living a lifestyle of health and wellness. Today, her business, has evolved into a health wellness consulting company- Haywood Doe Consulting Co, LLC d/b/a Vicki Doe Fitness that specializes in designing and implementing lifestyle interventions, medical exercise services, health promotion, lifestyle education for special populations (older, children, overweight/obese or high-risk individuals with chronic diseases) for on-site and online health wellness programs-including businesses, churches, schools, and organizations etc.-Who we are
Dr. Vicki Haywood Doe created in 2002 a syndicated health wellness radio talk show, “It’s All about Health & Fitness”- Vicki Doe Fitness which is now revised into new podcast episodes. She is the creator, chief editor, and publisher of the website Vicki Doe Fitness.com www.vickidoefitness.com an interactive health wellness website; a platform in which health experts, physicians, and the community can discuss, learn, teach and participate in healthy living. Vicki has been a contributing writer for the health fitness section of the local newspaper Metro Monthly for the past 13+ years.
Dr. Vicki Haywood Doe has taught as adjunct professor classes within both the Exercise Science and Dance Depts. at Kent State University, Kent, OH. Vicki is an independent researcher who collaborates with other research institutes, hospitals, and universities. Her research has focused on the effect of exercise, depression and various hemodynamic responses among cardiac patients participating in cardiac rehab and other special populations. Vicki has a special interest in the effects of exercise and nutrition in the prevention and control of chronic diseases. Vicki served a three year appointment-2014-2017 as the Diversity Catalyst for the College of Education Health and Human Services at Kent State University. She is a 2016 Kent State University Hall of Fame- Distinguished Service to EHHS Award recipient. Vicki enjoys the arts, dancing, yoga, meditation, healthy cooking, and traveling the world.