Nadine Collins, Ph.D
Dr. Nadine Collins formally joined the SanareLife Inc. team in September 2014. She worked behind the scenes in helping to develop the CSI – Consultancy SanareLife Institute, a health-training program that took place in the fall of each year since 2012. She holds a Ph.D. in the area of Educational Administration but has dedicated herself to full-time ministry.
She has been empowering the prayer lives of others around the globe as a presenter for Weeks of Prayers, Women’s Ministries weekends, Prayer Retreats, Days of Prayer, and at Prayer Breakfasts. She also appeared as a guest on 3ABN Dare-to-Dream Urban Report—How to Pray—which led her to have her own program on prayer: ‘The Missing Peace’— a 13-part program on prayer to help others develop an effective prayer life.
Nadine also conducts Women’s Leadership training sessions and other programs geared toward inspiring and empowering women to live their best lives by embracing the God-given gifts and skills to inspire others around them. She has served the church in various capacities such as Elder, Youth Leader, Associate Youth Leader and Instructor in the Pathfinder Club.
She is an author, repeated contributor to the General Conference Women’s Devotional and Youth Collegiate Quarterly, and has published numerous academic and theoretical articles.
Nyse Collins is an international speaker and the Founder and CEO of SanareLife Consultants Inc. He has a Bachelor's degree in Religion and a minor in Biology and is also a Certified Personal Fitness Chef. Nyse has been presenting and encouraging people on healthy lifestyle topics for over a decade. He has also been instrumental in training many persons who are now successful as health educators as well as being a pioneer in establishing Literature Evangelism programs in the U.S. and Canada.
He is currently the co-host of ‘A Taste of Paradise’ on 3ABN Dare-to-Dream Network. The show is now in 9thseason. He is featured sharing Health Nuggets on 3ABN International and hosts a cooking program on 3 ABN- Latino. He has been a health presenter in most of the American States, Canada, the U.K., Latin and South America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and theCaribbean.
Chelauna Sterling joined the SanareLife team in November 2014 as a Special Projects Junior Lifestyle Consultant. She received her Bachelor of Health Sciences from Oakwood University, in Huntsville, Alabama and a Master of Public Health from the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS), in the Philippines. In addition to her degrees, Chelauna also holds several certifications. She is a Certified as a Nurse Technician, a Wellness Coach, a Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Peer Specialist and a 12-step Recovery Facilitator with the North American Division.
She has nine years of experience working as a Nurse Technician, five years as a Public Health Educator and two years of experience working as a Health Activist, working primarily in urban communities. Chelauna has organized and conducted health education programs in the Philippines, Thailand, St. Lucia and in several states within the United States. Currently, she serves as Chair of the Chattanooga Health Disparities Task Force and is a member of the Chattanooga Faith-based Initiative at the Tennessee Department of Health.
Currently, Chelauna is employed as a Health Insurance Specialist /Public Health Educator in North Chattanooga. Her primary focus is to assist individuals and families with access to health services that best meet their overall health needs. Chelauna also serves as the Health Ministry Leader for the Orchard Park Seventh-day Adventist Church in Chattanooga, TN.