23 May NALHE Announces Partnership with Leaning Towards Change, LLC The National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives (NALHE) is excited to announce a newfound partnership with Leaning Towards Change, LLC! Tanya Stinson, Founder and Owner of Leaning Towards Change, LLC is a current NALHE member and will be teaching the NALHE La Mesa Emerging Leaders Program students the Lean Six Sigma Methodology, Tools, and Techniques. The students will also be receiving coaching in getting their Lean Six Sigma White Belt and Yellow Belt Certifications. At NALHE, we design programming for our members recognizing that mentoring is an excellent way to nurture encouragement, growth, learning and upskilling. This empowers students and early careerists to perform best in their role and to progress further in their career. Leadership mentoring for Latino, Latina, and Multicultural professionals will advance and transform diversity in leadership within our industry! NALHE is super excited about this venture and can’t wait to get started. We are thankful to Lorie Thibodeaux, MHA, ITILv3, CPHQ, HACP, NALHE Board Member, for making this connection and are proud to be supporting a woman-owned small business! For more information about the partnership between Leaning Toward Change, LLC and NALHE, contact Rolando J. Gomez, executive director, NALHE at email@example.com About Leaning Towards Change, LLC: Leaning Towards Change, LLC is a consulting company in Texas and provides fully customizable training programs to meet your company’s needs. The consulting firm was founded and is owned by Tanya Stinson. Tanya has 14 years of experience in completing Lean Six Sigma and Change Management projects. She is very passionate about making positive changes through coaching and mentoring. To learn more about Leaning Towards Change, LLC offerings visit the site here www.leaningtowardschange.com About NALHE: The National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives is a national organization led by Latino/Latina executive leaders of U.S. hospitals and healthcare organizations and experts in the fields of health care policy and practice. NALHE was founded in 2005 to increase senior-level Latino/Latina representation in hospitals and health systems in the United States. Our goal is to create a future workforce of highly talented Latino/Latina healthcare executives who can meet the challenge of delivering and improving healthcare in our diverse communities. To learn more about the NALHE, visit our website via www.nalhe.org About NALHE’s La Mesa Emerging Leaders Program: NALHE’s La Mesa Emerging Leaders Program provides an important and safe platform to convene and connect diverse leaders with NALHE student and early careerist members from across the country to share their experiences and knowledge—to give back, guide and support those who have the interest and potential to advance to executive suite positions. Learn more at www.nalhe.org/lamesa Comments are closed.