Collaborating Inclusion, LLC - Diversity & Inclusion and Patient Advocacy Consulting
Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
Founding Director & Inclusion Coach
Tisha Sherdan is a mother who is a patient advocate and passionate about people, community, and partnerships. She has over 15 years of management experience, facilitation, and training. She has a true passion for people and has spent a tremendous amount of time volunteering, facilitating, and coaching in connection with the community and organizations to create an inclusive environment for everyone. She is a board member for Pediatrics Patient Advisory Board-Hennepin County Medical Center, Board of Trustee Member for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Minnesota, WOLF Omega-Best Buy, and committee member of Minnesota Business Leadership Network.
Tisha has a strong commitment to patient-and-family centered care and is determined to give a voice to those that often go unheard. Through her journey she is committed to bringing patients and health care leadership to the same table to develop a strong partnership within the community to create a positive environment for patients, family, and medical staff.  
She hopes that one day we will be at a point in society that we see everyone for who they are and the skills they bring to the table no matter what uniqueness they have. She also feels that people should be given the opportunity to achieve the best that life can offer, and this be accomplished by inclusion.
Tisha feels that partnering with the community and organizations are important because the community is the core foundation for an organization's sustainable growth that creates the full-circle of caring, collaboration, and making a positive impact on other people’s lives.
 Program Director & Motivational Speaker
 Joyce Hampton is a mother, wife, daughter, friend, writer,  and educator, who has 38 years of experience in management, motivational speaking, and diversity consulting. 
There will be jobs  for individuals who are not afraid to shine or let others have their light shine.  Joyce became inspired that it might not be too late to reach the goal of being inclusive globally. Some of the goals are: To train people for excellence. To provide feedback and support. There are abilities and skills that are out there but how do we use them to accomplish the most good?  We have to start with empowering the mind to say, “yes I can.”  By unlocking all doors and limitations.  If there exist an idea, no matter who dreams it, man, woman, young or old, or disabled, we have a plan to make it happen.
VP of Operations
Myra Chillers, a passionate wife, daughter, and friend has been a patient-and-family advocate for over 20 years. This passion has led her to her path of becoming a nurse for over 8 years, to ensure that she not only provides medical care but giving patients and families voices and partnering with them to a high level of commitment in their health care.  Myra is a strong leader and has excellent customer service skills.
For many years Myra has been an advocate for family members who has special health care needs and disabilities. Too often she saw the inconsistencies in the health care system. Being moved to action she quickly began advocating for those whose voice was being lost or not heard at all. Vision and care go together, and Myra mission continues to be one that couples compassionate care and the needs of the patient so that they will not journey alone. 
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