Bernard Poggi is an expert in embryological development and dangers of soy-health. At the age of five, he underwent three years of intensive chemotherapy for leukemia and suffered many years of side effects. At the age of 16 he started a program for gang youth in northern California for which he received several awards on both the state and national levels. He graduated from San Francisco State University with a major in biology (physiology) and a minor in Business Administration in 2003. He currently works doing office management and volunteers with several community faith-based and cultural organizations which help new immigrants and those in need. His ethos: to serve humanity in order to reduce human strife–physically, socially and spiritually.