BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dinisha Mingo is the CEO and Founder of MHS Behavioral Services, Inc. MHS, founded in 2016, is an organization that provides outpatient mental and behavioral health services to children, adults and families who experience depression, anxiety, trauma and addictions. MHS also provides ABA services for children with Autism in home and in clinic.
Dinisha began direct service work in behavioral health in 2011, providing outpatient rehabilitative services to children, adults and families. She has worked with diverse populations aged 4-82 individually and in group settings. Dinisha has worked in many areas of behavioral health as a treatment coordinator, case manager and Director of an organization.
TrinaMarie Shaw is a mental health awareness advocate, realtor, writer, blogger, podcaster, influencer, and a serial entrepreneur. She has been featured on the cover of My Vegas Magazine and has written several articles for several magazines related to improving mental health and building brand awareness.
TrinaMarie has a business degree, a B.S.B.A degree with an emphasis in HR, and a Masters of Science degree from the School of Counseling & Human Services. She thrives on helping people obtain their utmost desires and reach their full potential.
Phyllis Johnson, Owner & CEO, launched PKJ Consulting in 2015. PKJ Consulting is an Accounting & Consulting Services company for small businesses that provides accounting, bookkeeping, consulting, taxes, payroll, consulting, and startup services. She started her company because growing up in the Bay Area of California, she saw a lot of small businesses startup and close due to lack of resources, planning, and assistance. She became passionate about wanting to help small businesses.
As a native of Lansing, Michigan and 12 year resident of Las Vegas, NV, Charles L. Whitby has been a staple in the philanthropic community for more than 2 decades. Charles served in youth ministry at his local church for over 24 years and volunteered in multiple ministry outreach activities over that span. He was formerly a board member with the Las Vegas chapter of the 100 Black Men of Nevada, serving during his last term as the Vice President of Development for the organization. He also was an active mentor in the Chess program for the 100.