NAHSE Mentoring Program

Background:

The NAHSE mentorship program was developed to provide an organized resource for minority healthcare leaders to coach and guide each other in the field of healthcare. It is designed to provide a vehicle for minorities to effectively participate in the design, direction, and delivery of quality health care to all people.

Benefits:
The NAHSE mentorship program has been designed to:

-Provide an opportunity for mentors and mentees to meet in open, candid, and interactive forums to share and benefit from common interest and  needs.

-Encourage learning and the exchange of information and ideas, between mentor and mentee.
-Foster growth and development.
-Help members increase their network of business contacts.

Requirements

Mentor:
1.  Active and financial NAHSE member

2.  Possess record of NAHSE service
3.  Current healthcare professional with at least ten years working experience
4.  One year commitment to follow NAHSE Mentoring Program Structure of monthly communication

Mentee:

1.  Active and financial NAHSE member

2.  Current healthcare professional with less than four years working experience

3.  One year commitment to follow NAHSE Mentoring Program Structure of monthly communication

 

If you are a potential NAHSE Mentor or Mentee that meets the above criteria, please attend our meeting at the 2018 NAHSE Annual Educational Conference and/or send an email to NAHSE.Mentoring@gmail.com for more information by Friday, October 26, 2018.  After the conference, we will distribute the Mentor/Mentee application.

2019 Application Timeline

October 24, 2018 -Program Application Distributed
November 9, 2018 – Application Deadline
December 2018 – 
Application Decision Shared

January 2019 – Program Kickoff
October 2019 – Program Completion

2019 NAHSE Mentorship Program Co-Chairs:

Tamara Bourda & Jessica Jolly

NAHSE.mentoring@gmail.com

NAHSE Mentoring Program Testimonials

“The NAHSE Mentorship program provides members with an opportunity to reach back and coach tomorrow’s leaders in Healthcare, today.”

– Brian Wofford, 2017 Mentor
 

“My mentor has not only been a professional guide, but also a personal coach. There is incredible value having someone of color who has walked the same path you are on. To me, the path is mostly unknown and can be treacherous. To her, it’s a clear roadmap to success, because she’s walked it before. She has been able to help me navigate with confidence by sharing her wisdom every week. As a young leader, I have leaned on her during challenging times and she has been there to celebrate my early accomplishments. Her ability to share her personal truth, perspective, and insight gathered from years of experience in healthcare are unmatched. I have learned how to prioritize my day by being more deliberate about the must-do’s, empowering my team, and inspiring a shared vision for success. These tactics have greatly helped me grow in the new role. 
Without the NAHSE Mentoring program and Asha’s support, I would not be as successful as I have been today. Working with my mentor has been the most fulfilling experience as a young African-American leader and I look forward to staying connected throughout the years as I advance in my healthcare career.”

– Matthew Berkley, 2017 Mentee

“The NAHSE Mentoring Program was exactly what I needed during my first year post-fellowship. My mentor’s willingness to share his own experiences and wisdom as well as connect me with other leaders truly made my experience invaluable. Our regular conversations, supplemented by the book summaries, helped me grow both personally and professionally, and I have been able to use the insights I’ve gained to exceed the goals that I set for myself. I would recommend the program to anyone.”

 

– Jasmin Hainey, 2018 Mentee

“I found the Program to be well thought out and organized. This program is much needed, especially for early and mid-careerists. I thought the reading materials were informative as well as educational. Overall, the Mentoring Program is great.”

 

-Marian Scott, 2018 Mentor