David Miller: Chairman of the Board

David Miller has spent over 27 years working in the healthcare industry. David earned his Business Management Degree from Whitworth University and also holds a degree in Executive Coaching from The University of Texas. For the past 24 years, David has worked for Johnson & Johnson Inc. When not working, David enjoys spending time with his family and friends, focused on activities that bring his family and their community together such as boating, dirt bike riding and home improvement projects. David resides in Spokane, Washington with his wife, Karen, and their four children, Grace, Grant, Luke and Levi.

Renae Wedlake: President of the Board

Renae Wedlake has 30+ years of experience providing infusion therapy to people of all ages. She started her career in Pediatrics in Boise Idaho and quickly moved to Pediatric Intensive Care to assist in establishing the unit at Deaconess Hospital, Spokane. After 10 years of service she made the leap to Home Infusion and has been serving in that industry ever since. “ It is an honor to be invited into someone’s home when they are quite vulnerable and empower them to learn and provide their own infusion care. It’s an awesome feeling when they are successful and understand the empowerment”

Madge Elmore: Vice President of the Board

Madge Elmore has been a nurse for over 37 years. The beginning of her career focused on working in Pediatric Rehabilitation at Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle, WA. She then moved into the PICU and Pediatric hematoloty and oncology at Deaconess Medical Center in Spokane, WA For the last 17 years she has been working in Home Infusion, working with children and adults with varying diagnoses and levels of health and wellness.

Valerie Wilkerson: Secretary of the Board

Valerie Wilkerson is the proud mother of three.
Married to Mark Wilkerson and mother to Slade, Suzanne and our beloved angel Sheldon Maul.
She has been a resident of Spokane for 23 years.
In that time she has owned
An award winning winery, a consignment business in which she donated 21,000 pounds of clothing to the American Cancer Society "Discover Shop". She sat on Ronald McDonald House board for 7 years and was a member of the Polo committee for 5. She helped the start up board for Spokane's "Cancer Can't" and currently sits on the Rypien Foundation. Valerie’s passion for All Heart Infusion is due to an unexpected angel in the midst of their family, they consider her a gift, a member of their family; her name is Renae Wedlake. Renae taught us how to live with dignity thru our darkest hours and how to let go with Grace.

Kalli Wedlake: Board Member

Kalli Wedlake is a passionate young member of the community who has focused on helping others throughout her life. With 6 years of experience working with non-profits she gives our team the millennial perspective. She was a founding team member of TedxWhitefish, director of children's activities for One Heart Global Ministries and is now the Online Media and IT Director for All Heart Infusion. Kalli is also an Alpine Ski instructor, has her BS in Environmental Studies and spends every spare moment focused on outdoor pursuits. Kalli is a part of All Heart Infusion because she has spent her life watching her mom connect, care and empower patients and would do anything to be a part of helping her mom continue saving lives.

Sherry Drew: Board Member

Sherry Drew grew up in the Flathead Valley of Montana and enjoys biking, hiking and paddleboarding with her friends and family. In 2008 her daughter (age 5) was diagnosed with Short Bowel Syndrome, a long term chronic illness. Her daughter was released from the hospital after a 4 month stay on infusion therapy and tube feeds. Sherry immediately took on the role of home health care provider and quickly learned sterile practices, how to mix and administer IV drugs and access a Hickman line and an infusion port . Over the next 9 years she was the sole home health care provider for her daughter. Sherry quickly saw the need to advocate and educate herself on her daughter’s condition. During the course of her travels Sherry has spent many nights in the Ronald Mcdonald houses and has been involved in public relations with the goal of educating current and potential donors on this non profit organization. Recently her daughter and her have been involved with the Nebraska Medical Center in producing a video to help promote the IRP (intestinal rehab Program). All Heart Infusion is an essential service for people who are entering the medical world or who are continuing a journey within it. Sherry is honored and excited about being part of the team at All Heart Infusion. Her main goal is to educate people about their medical and legal rights in the health care system thus enabling them to advocate for themselves and their loved ones.

Carmen Jackson: Board Member

Carmen received her Bachelor of Fine Arts and Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Washington. Carmen has been involved in many various charities. Carmen is passionate about All Heart Infusion as a result of the experience that she experienced firsthand as her late husband, Kenneth, was cared for by the nurses who are now employed by All Heart Infusion, on two separate occasions. During the course of Carmen’s husband treatments from these nurses, she was able to experience their holistic and empowering approach to patient and family centered care. With empathy, kindness and professionalism, the nursing team taught her how to care for her husband which gave her the confidence to give Kenneth the necessary care he needed, to be able to stay at home. Having witnessed how an exceptional nursing team can positively impact the patient and caregiver experience, Carmen is honored to be included on the Board of All Heart Infusion.

 John Layman: Board Member  John R. Layman attended Washington State University (B.A., cum Laude, 1980); Gonzaga Law School (J.D., cum laude, 1983). Admitted to practice: Washington State Bar, 1983; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington, 1984; U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 1984. Admitted to practice in Idaho State and Federal Courts 2003. Mr. Layman has consistently been involved with civic and charitable organizations presently, Mr. Layman is a Trustee for Life Chiropractic College and on the Banner Bank Board of Directors. He is past President of Inland Northwest Health Services Foundation Board, I President of Career Connections, Board Member of Valley Hospital Foundation, Board Member of Empire Health Foundation, and Committee Member of Continuum of Care for several years. He held an executive position with the Washington State Brain Injury Association for many years.

John Layman: Board Member

John R. Layman attended Washington State University (B.A., cum Laude, 1980); Gonzaga Law School (J.D., cum laude, 1983). Admitted to practice: Washington State Bar, 1983; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington, 1984; U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 1984. Admitted to practice in Idaho State and Federal Courts 2003. Mr. Layman has consistently been involved with civic and charitable organizations presently, Mr. Layman is a Trustee for Life Chiropractic College and on the Banner Bank Board of Directors. He is past President of Inland Northwest Health Services Foundation Board, I President of Career Connections, Board Member of Valley Hospital Foundation, Board Member of Empire Health Foundation, and Committee Member of Continuum of Care for several years. He held an executive position with the Washington State Brain Injury Association for many years.

LouAnn Barker: Board Member

LouAnn Barker is a product of an military household, an Air Force Brat. She was raised in the service for 18 years, her father was in the Air Force and with that came being forced to pull up roots and start all over. They never stayed anywhere longer than 3 years. That was hard, but it made LouAnn strong. She received her Certified Medical Assistant and worked in OB/Gynecology and in Family Practice for 20 years. She was forced into retirement due to an injury. She truly misses her patients and colleagues. She feels that working for this board will bring her back to her medical training. "Sheldon Maul was like a son to me, and as he is the inspiration for Renae's involvement so he will be mine!"

 Debbie Maine  Debbie is a CPA with 27 years of public accounting experience, specializes in small business planning and tax compliance. She has served a wide range of individuals, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Debbie is licensed to practice in Washington State."

Debbie Maine

Debbie is a CPA with 27 years of public accounting experience, specializes in small business planning and tax compliance. She has served a wide range of individuals, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Debbie is licensed to practice in Washington State."