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Comfort Homesake

Comfort Homesake

About US

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ABOUT US: Comfort Homesake is a multi-generational, multi-ethnic, and  multi-faith organization that have been providing  advance health planning  programs for over 14 years.   Since 2004, Comfort Homesake has been preparing families, professionals, healthcare providers, and community members with   engaging and effective advance health care planning  training's, programs, and services. 


OUR VISION: To support every family and individual , especially those dealing with life limiting illnesses plan for end of life.


OUR VALUES: We believe in raising awareness about culturally relevant aging and advanced health care planning through conversation, training's, programs, and direct patient care.

Board of Directors

Marilyn Ababio, B.A, M.P.A

Marilyn Ababio

 Founder, Chair


Ms. Ababio is a skilled administrator with over 25 years’ experience managing complex systems infrastructure projects. Marilyn is a leader in the development of cultural relevant programs. She is a rare combination of visionary and architect. A graduate of UCLA, and Occidental College, Ms. Ababio is a presenter and participant on issues of advanced health care planning and practices. 

Cynthia Burnett, B.S, MS

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 Director


Cynthia Burnett has over 20 years of consulting expertise in the areas of organization management, strategic planning, and fund development. In 2007 she incorporated her practice as Burnett Consulting Associates, LLC (BCA) www.bcabiz.com. 

BCA supports the growth and sustainability of community-based organizations, small businesses, and public benefit programs that endeavor to promote economic opportunity, social cohesion, and good health. Cynthia has a B.A. in Sociology from Sacramento State University (1993), a Masters in Human Resources and Organization Development from the University of San Francisco (2003) and several professional certifications. 

Nandi Davis, B.S

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Co - Founder,Managing Director 


 Nandi is the youngest of five siblings &  grew up in Oakland, CA.  Her 15+ year career began as a peer educator and mentor for GIRLS INC, where she educated and counseled girls in her community on making more informed life decisions .She is the managing director of Comfort Homesake and  has a degree in biology from San Francisco State University.  She resides in Atlanta, GA. 

Board of Directors

Jamila Dugan, Ed.PHD

Jamila Dugan

 Director


Dr. Jamila Dugan is a leadership coach, learning facilitator, and researcher. Her professional experience is rooted in education with roles at the teacher, leader, and consultant level. She currently serves as a leadership coach with TNTP in the Pathway to Leadership in Urban Schools program. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Fresno State University, a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from George Mason University, and a doctorate in Education Leadership for Equity from University of California, Berkeley. 

Rob Lowe, RN, MPH, MHSA

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Director


Mr. Lowe is a Registered Nurse with over 15 years' experience helping people with their advanced health care directives.  He is a rare combination of compassion and practical implementation. A graduate of the University of Rochester and the University of Michigan, Mr. Lowe is a presenter and participant on issues of advanced health care planning and practices.   

Donald Miller, BCC

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    Director 


Donald Miller, BCC is a Board Certified Chaplain by the Louisiana Chaplains Association, he has a American Baptist Ordination and is Licensed by Allen Temple Baptist Church, he is a Chaplain with Alameda Health System and volunteers with the Alameda County Sheriff's Office as Chaplain. He joined the Comfort Homesake Board of Directors in 2017 .

Board of Directors

Raymond A. Sales, Esq

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Director

 

 Raymond A. Sales, Esq. is a former managing partner of Chapman and Cutler (Chicago, Illinois), Powell, Goldstein, Frazier & Murphy (Atlanta, Georgia), and the minority-owned Sales, Goodloe, & Golden (Atlanta, Chicago, and Miami), specializing, at each firm, in public finance, with particular interest in housing and community/economic development law and finance, on behalf of numerous state and local government agencies and instrumentalities in Illinois, Indiana, Georgia, Florida and Texas.