The Global Caregiver founder Beverley Shungu-Omba has had a stellar career in the medical field, working for two decades in a variety of settings, including mental health, hospice/end of life care, gerontology, developmental disabilities, and forensics.
She was educated in the United Kingdom as a Registered Mental Health Nurse and continued her education in the United States. Currently, she holds national certification as a Psychiatric Technician and has credentials as a trainer for caregivers in the state of California.
Beverley’s passion for caregiving extends beyond her clients to caregivers around the world. Her passion make her an inspiring presence in the industry. She radiates warmth and a thirst for living and loving in everything that she does.
Beverley’s reputation for her sense of humor, warmth and excitement is infectious and sometimes precedes her. These traits, along with her global travels, have strengthened her ability to connect with people of all cultures and background with an open mind.
Beverley’s humor, warmth, and excitement are obvious, and these traits, along with her global travels have given her an ability to connect with people of all cultures and backgrounds with an open mind.
Learn more about our caregiver forum by contacting us. We serve clients in San Francisco, California, and worldwide.
The Global Caregiver's mission is to encourage and remind caregivers local and global to identify and build on their strengths, resources, and compassion to approach tomorrow with a renewed sense of optimism, knowing that we create value and make a difference in the lives of those we serve.
Beverley is a Certified Caregiver Trainer for the state of California and can train your caregivers. Contact her at 510 250 7636.