Marcylle Combs, BS, MS, RN, CHCE

Microlearning Facilitator

Facilitating a Microlearning on Leadership Burnout.

Marcylle has faithfully served and advocated on behalf of home health and hospice patients for over 30 years. She started her career as a nurse, worked diligently to strengthen her leadership skills and ultimately became the owner/president of a successful home health and hospice company. She has served the home care industry in Texas and nationally throughout her years on multiple committees, boards, associations and dedicated lobbying efforts. Currently, Marcylle serves on the board of directors for The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), the Home Care and Hospice Financial Managers Association (HHFMA) and the Industry Advisory Board. Additionally, she serves on NAHC’s Governance and Nominating Committee, the HHFMA workgroup, Innovations Committee and chairs the Women in Leadership Committee for HHFMA. 

Marcylle has a passion for mentoring the next generation of leaders, and has had the honor to speak in China, Italy, Belize, Spain and across the US on multiple leadership subjects such as mentoring, recruitment and retention, communication, and conflict management. In 2020 she started her podcast, 50% with Marcylle Combs, which is focused on women in leadership. With each guest, Marcylle takes the time to learn about their journey in leadership, the lessons they learned, and asks for advice to share with other women leaders.

In 2006  she founded TwentySix:Twelve.org, a non-profit that is dedicated to helping businesses provide support for their employees to serve others through mission trips, disaster relief, and in their local communities.  

As a wife, mother of 5 adult children and as a female in the workplace she aspires to grow and lead others until her last breath on this earth. She continues this quest through three new business ventures she has founded: MAC Legacy, MAC Legacy Investments and The Marcylle Combs Company.