The Jasmine L. Winston Educational Foundation is a 501c (3) non-profit organization established in March 2021 by Dr. Lisa L Campbell, PhD an experienced healthcare professional and educator who had a vision to provide training programs and mentoring opportunities to underrepresented populations. Dr. Campbell believes that education should not end with long-term debt, rather long-term growth and employment opportunities
Dr. Lisa L. Campbell, PhD
Dr. Lisa L. Campbell, PhD, is an expert level health care professional who began her career in 1992 as a Certified Medical Assistant (CMA).
Dr. Campbell holds the following academic degrees and national certifications:
- Ph.D. in Healthcare Administration
- Master of Health Administration (MHA)
- Master’s in Project Management (MPM)
- Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA)
- Certified Documentation Improvement Practitioner (CDIP)
- Certified Coding Specialist (CCS)
- Certified Coding Specialist-Physician Based (CCS-P)
- Certified Professional Coder (CPC)
- Certified Outpatient Coder (COC)
- Certified Risk Coder (CRC)
- Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA)
- Certified Professional Biller (CPB)
- Certified Professional Coder-Instructor (CPC-I)
Dr. Neisa Jenkins
Dr. Neisa Jenkins, RHIA, FAHIMA, is a native of Waukegan, Illinois. She is the mother of Kamara Victoria-Charles Jenkins and Charles Isaiah-Fitzgerald Jenkins. Dr. Jenkins is also a full professor in the College of Health Sciences at a University in the Midwest. Neisa earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Management at the University of Illinois (Chicago), a Master of Arts in Health Information Management at the College of St. Scholastica and her Doctorate of Education at Walden University. She has over 28 years of experience in Health Information Management.
Neisa entered the study of Family Priest Intercession through the Inner Court Prayer Ministry under the teaching of Minister Anita Rollins and Apostle Dr. Pernell H. Hewing founder, and President of Share-A-Prayer and Word Theological School of Ministry of Whitewater, Wisconsin. During this time of study, prayer, fasting, and consecration unto the Lord, she acknowledged the assignment from God to worship Him in spirit and truth, being a vessel fortified in the Word of God. Dr. Jenkins is a woman of God who has been appointed and anointed by God. She is the founder of I Am Beautiful Too Ministry. She has a passion to provoke women to become true visionaries who are not afraid to be vulnerable and are willing to share their authentic life journey. Dr. Jenkins’ hope is to create platforms to connect women all over the world.
Her professional background includes HEDIS auditing, consulting, quality improvement, utilization management, release of information, EHR-S implementation, HIPAA implementation, ICD-10-CM/PCS, and teaching in higher education. Dr. Jenkins currently teaches undergraduate and graduate students online. She teaches courses in health information technology, health information management, health service management, and healthcare administration. Dr. Jenkins has held positions as program dean, faculty chair, and visiting professor. Dr. Jenkins has co-authored the AHIMA publication Documentation for Health Records (2nd edition) along with several articles in the JAHIMA and other publications. She was a technical editor for the AHIMA publication Health IT and EHRs: Principles and Practices (6th edition). Neisa is an active member of the National, State, and Regional, Health Information Management Associations and has presented several times at AHIMA’s Assembly on Education and the AHIMA National Convention.
She serves as a Georgia Health Information Management Association (GHIMA) board member and former chair of the GHIMA mentoring program. Neisa is President-elect of (GHIMA). She served as a Past-President of the North Georgia Health Information Management Association (NGHIMA). She is also a past chair of the AHIMA Council for Excellence in Education (CEE), in this role she also serves as the executive committee liaison for the AHIMA VLab committee, Student Advisory Committee, and Curricula Workgroup. Jenkins is a past member of the AHIMA Foundation scholarship committee and curricula workgroup. She received the 2016-2017 Outstanding Service Award from NGHIMA and the GHIMA Mentor Award in 2017. Most recently Dr. Jenkins was recently awarded the designation of Fellow of the American Health Information Management Association (FAHIMA). Dr. Jenkins’s teaching philosophy is “Intelligence plus character–that is the goal of true education” (King, 1947).
Sherry has over 30 years of experience as a National and International Public Health Consultant in the field of HIV/AIDS, Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Stroke and Diabetes. As Community Health Advocate she has established a strong reputation in her abilities to manage and implement a variety of programs and special project initiatives for both care and prevention services.
She has extensive lived experience providing direct services of evidenced based programs and consumer input on federal, state and local service delivery. She has served as a representative on local, national and international projects. She is a master networker, coordinating with and negotiating solid essential services in conjunction with other agencies, developing materials and providing in-service trainings for project staff as well as community based and AIDS service organizations.
Sherry has provided and organized numerous informational workshops, seminars and institutes on various related health HIV/AIDS related issues along with Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Stroke and Diabetes.
Genita Sewell has 26 years of Supply chain experience working for a major Food and Beverage company. Over the years she has held roles within the areas of Transportation, Logistics, Warehousing, Production Planning and Demand Planning. In the last few year her focus has been forecasting and has participated in the launches of over 40 Innovation projects. Genita has garnered a strong reputation with her colleagues as willing spirit to informally mentor others within the field of Supply Chain. She is not just about work but gives back to her community. She has made it a point to lend her time to different organizations through volunteer opportunities. Over the last 22 years Genita has volunteered her time at the Operation Warm events, Lakeview Pantry, The Greater Chicago Food Depository, Pacific Garden Mission, Habitat for Humanity and Deborah’s Place. Also, for 18+ years she has hosted an annual Bowl-A-Thon, partnering with her local church. The event raises money and awards scholarships within the Morgan Park/Maple Park community to assist college students with expenses related to the cost of books and fees.
Michele K. Woodley-White
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