Dr. Carla Cheatham
Dr. Carla Cheatham began her career in psychosocial services with an MA in Psychology, certification in trauma therapy, PhD in Health & Kinesiology, and MDiv before working 10 years as an interfaith healthcare chaplain and bereavement coordinator. Carla is a national keynote speaker and consultant focusing on emotionally intelligent and resilient professionals and organizations, Chair of NHPCOs Ethics Advisory Council, member of NHPCO’s Trauma-Informed End of Life Care Work Group, Adjunct Professor at Seminary of the Southwest, and Assistant Professor for University of Maryland’s MS in Palliative Care. She publishes books and videos about resilience, communication, boundaries, trauma-informed care, grief, healthy leadership, service recovery, emotionally competent professionals, and more.
Sheila Davis is the Executive Senior Vice President of Area Operations for Always Best Care Senior Services, LLC where she is responsible for managing all aspects of the field support of franchisees through the company’s Area Representatives (AR’s), National Directors, and Business Operations Manager. As Executive Senior Vice President, Area Operations, manages programs, initiatives, projects and tracking of all areas of concern as it relates to all franchisees’ operations, sales & marketing, financial management, human resources, licensing, legislation, and all aspects of their franchised business. Ensures all elements relative to compliance, policies and procedures, and vendor relationships for proper non-skilled care and skilled care execution by the franchisees are maintained. Sheila as also served as the Senior Vice President of Operations for US CareNet and the National Director of Home Care Operations for Always Best Care Senior Services, LLC as well as their Administrator. She has served as a regional operations director, general manager and administrator for many agencies throughout Texas and well as serving as the Co-Owner of a home health consulting business in Wichita Falls.
Sheila has served on numerous TAHC&H Committees including Government Affairs, Private Pay, Clinical Practice and Community Care Services. Sheila received her degree in business from Texas Tech University with an emphasis on health care administration and received her CHCE designation in 1998, her ACHC Consultant designation in 2020 and her OASIS-C Certification in 2013.
Audrey has more than 18 years of experience in Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement consulting and cost report preparation and review for home health agencies, hospice, skilled nursing facilities, and hospitals.She currently serves on three TAHCH committees.Audrey is a former member of the US Army where she served seven years as an Avionics Mechanic.In Audrey’s spare time she enjoys running, walking her miniature schnauzer, Houston, and enjoying the beach life with her husband. She also has a soft spot fostering dogs for several Houston rescue organizations.
Cindy Campbell is a nationally recognized thought-leader and management consultant to the continuum of healthcare at home. Cindy holds a Masters of Health Administration with specialty in Healthcare Informatics, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She brings over 25 years of experience working across the continuum of healthcare at home in advancing levels of leadership and eighteen years with Fazzi Associates, now proud to be a fully integrated member of the WellSky family of companies. As the Director of Operational Consulting for Wellsky advisory services, Cindy and her team of highly skilled executives work nationally to help providers successfully navigate change in support of their mission and business objectives. Cindy’s Wellsky advisory services teams help agencies leverage strategic thought and operational efficiency into organizational, work-process and clinical model design for Home Health, Hospice, Advanced Illness Management, Palliative Care, Telehealth/RPM and Private Duty organizations throughout the United States. Cindy has served as a Board Member of the National Association for Homecare & Hospice, Chair of the Pediatric Homecare & Hospice Association of America, member of the Executive Committee of the American Telemedicine Association’s Homecare and Remote Monitoring Special Interest Group and Advisory Committee Member for Healthcare Unbound.