Gwenn Dalton, RN has been a Registered Nurse for the last 22 years and has worked in all facets of Hospice for the last 13 years She worked in Home Care as a Case Manager, Quality Assurance Specialist, and Patient Care Manager. In addition, she served as an Administrator and Clinical Director. She has also been a guest lecturer for Baylor University’s Death and Dying program. Through her accumulated experience in Hospice, she could see the gap in education and training for nurses and medical professionals, so she began Pro Hospice Solutions, LLC. As Chief Executive Officer and Clinical Director, her mission is to address these gaps and ensure that Hospice and Palliative Care Nurses understand the vital role they play in the end of life journey.
Paul Kozar, M. Div, TH. M has been working with various hospice organizations since 1996 as both a volunteer and paid staff. In addition, he has over 25 years of experience as a Pastor. He has a Master of Divinity degree, Master of Theology degree, and is currently pursuing a PHD from University of Texas in the area of bereavement communication. It is through his studies in bereavement t and work as a Bereavement Coordinator that he gained a thorough understanding of the positive contribution a spiritual counselor makes on the quality of life for the patient and family.
Kelly Brunner is a Licensed Social Worker and has served families in hospice for several years. Through her experiences, she has become familiar with the end of life challenges that patients, family members, and hospice professionals face. Kelly has worked tirelessly to identify these challenges or conflicts, find solutions, and provide the education needed to enhance the quality of life of the patient and family.