Founder and President
Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association
Aaron Gabriel Perry is the Founder and President of the nationally recognized Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association, whose mission is ensuring that Black men and boys living in under-represented communities have the opportunity to live fuller, healthier lives.
On September 11, 2005, Aaron became the world’s first African American diabetic to complete the Ironman Triathlon, which is considered the world’s most grueling endurance event. Today he is recognized as an expert presenter by the CDC Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
As a Community Organizer and Health Innovator, Aaron collaborated with Jeff Patterson, owner of Madison’s largest Black barbershop to launch the nation’s first Men’s Health & Education Center inside a barbershop.
Aaron is on the Board of Directors with the American Heart Association and was selected to serve on the Advisory Council for the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance. He’s also a graduate of Madison College Police Academy and Marycrest University.