Tasha Whitaker is a speaker, author, educator, trainer and owner of TWhitaker Enterprises, a consulting agency that provides professional development training, health and wellness workshops for healthcare professionals that build capacity. A passionate health and wellness advocate for communities she empowers communities to take charge of their wellness through her interactive workshops. community and podcast The CHW Crew by providing empowerment through her speaking services.
She provides educational wellness workshops, program management and training sessions that build capacity. Tasha is a wife, mom and Certified Community Health Worker passionate about equipping others with the tools to live their best quality of life in faith and wellness.
I am a passionate Community Health Worker and Community Health Worker Instructor for the state of Texas. Over the course of my career I have taught over 250 health and wellness classes ranging in topics of hypertension, diabetes, chronic disease, self care to trauma and injury prevention and teaching exercise classes. The hundreds of patients, clients and students that I have engaged with over my 10 year career in health care have taught me some valuable lessons that I implement into my teaching style. If you are looking for a different way of learning then get ready for some engagement! I love to be innovative and am known for my energetic spirit to spice things up! Learning should be fun and exciting, I look forward to engaging with you!
"Give a man a fish feed him for a day, teach a man to fish feed him for a lifetime"-Proverb
"Inspire: To influence, move or guide by divine or supernatural inspiration"
1 Timothy 4:12 " Do not let anyone think less of you because you are young.
Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live in your love, faith and your purity. "
Living your best Quality of Life is very important, we are designed to live our full potential! I believe motivation, mindfulness and self care are key. This is a picture of me and family about to walk the Susan G Komen 5k in Dallas in honor of my mother who is a survivor of breast cancer, this was 7 months after surgery as she still healed. My mother was my motivation to spread awareness about breast cancer and to walk in the early morning cold weather to honor her strength and courage. What a beautiful sight to see so many souls coming to gather on one accord. We all have that motivating force, sometimes you just may have to be still to hear it.
"Your life is your story, write well, edit often"-Lisa Nichols