Two New Coaches Join Team@Work
Mona Sabah Earnest and Jonathan Walters hire on to help HME and CRT companies improve their leadership and organizational development.
- By David Kopf
- Mar 01, 2018
HME management consulting firm Team@Work has added Mona Sabah Earnest, MHROD, as vice president of human resources organization development, and Jonathan Walters, ATP/SMS, CEAC, as vice president of leadership development and complex rehab technology coach.
“We’re extremely excited about adding two true professionals like Mona and Jonathan to our growing team,” said Ty Bello, RCC, president and founder of Team@Work. “Both of them possess more than two decades of extensive experience, and they bring their own unique strengths to our organization.”
A human resources professional with more than 20 years’ experience with both private and non-profit organizations, Earnest has worked in venues such as Campbell Soup Company, Sonic corporate headquarters, Hewlett Packard, State of Oklahoma, DHS and Oklahoma State University.
Earnest earned her Master’s degree in human resources and organization development (MHROD) from the University of San Francisco, as well as a bachelor’s degree in microbiology with a minor in chemistry from the University of California-Davis.
She speaks Urdu/Hindi, Spanish and English, and has lived in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, England and the United States. Earnest published her first book, From Isa to Christ, in February 2017, and she is currently writing a book on cultural diversity.
Walters spent more than 20 years leading and expanding organizations in capacities such as director of sales, executive vice president, president, and managing consultant. His professional skills include personal leadership development, team engagement, strategic planning, content creation, process improvement, and public speaking.
Walters specializes in helping individuals progress into leadership, as well as inspiring teams and organizations to move from “chaos to clarity,” according to Bello.
Having earned a bachelor’s degree in theology from the North Star Bible Institute in Rochester, N.Y., Walters will complete his master’s degree in organizational leadership from Clarks Summit University in Clarks Summit, Pa. this May.
Walters is also a Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA)-certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP)/Seating & Mobility Specialist (SMS) and a Healthcare Business Academy fellow.
David Kopf is the Editor of HME Business.