Alfred K. Kambaki, BCC, ACPE Certified Educator
Regional Director/Spiritual Care and Clinical Pastoral Education
Alfred Kambaki works with individuals and groups, clergy and laity, to strengthen their communication, connection and confidence so they can make an influential impact on the world. He mentors with passion, guiding his clients to effectively strengthen and elevate their spiritual care and helping vision to new heights.
With over fifteen years of chaplaincy and educator experience, a knack for making meaningful connections with people and an insatiable appetite for helping others maximize their potential, Alfred knows how to rock a group of learners, connect with persons and provide training so that individuals can effectively provide spiritual support to others.
Alfred’s down-to-earth stories compels people to laugh while they learn. He engages groups from the moment he meets them and leaves them with empowering tools and focused mindsets that they will use long after the training event. Alfred is passionate about people, spiritual care and successful connections. He is especially inspired to help people take their helping skills – and themselves – to unprecedented levels.
Alfred’s experience includes being an ordained pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a board-certified Chaplain (BCC) in the Association of Professional Chaplains, and certified educator in the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education. Alfred is a Director of Spiritual Care and CPE at AMITA Midwest Adventist Hospitals.
When not in meetings, speaking or training, Alfred can be found at neighborhood garage sales making connections and drawing out stories about certain items on sale.
This author has disclosed there are no commercial bias nor conflicts of interest.
Tatiana Perez-Oh, Master's in Divinity, Licensed Minister
Tatiana is a licensed minister with the Seventh Day Adventist Church, has a Master’s in Divinity and received her CPE training at Texas Health Huguley Hospital in Burleson, TX. She has been a chaplain at Advent Health Orlando/for Children since 2011. During this time, she’s served as the staff chaplain for the “Mother-Baby” units visiting many new moms and babies. She’s also walked with many families who have experience the death of a baby. Caring for those who are bereaved from perinatal and infant loss is a ministry sub-specialty and personal passion.
Tatiana is a mother of two children and during her free time enjoys spending time with her husband and children, trying out different kinds of food and watching Korean dramas.
This author has disclosed there are no conflicts of interest nor commercial affiliates in this course.