Judy Rosemarin leads Sense-able Strategies, Inc. a coaching and training firm to help leaders refine their executive presence, leadership confidence and competence. With degrees in photography and journalism, counseling and social work, Judy has a lifelong love of theater and performing arts. Her philosophies have been shaped by thus a cross of the pragmatic business and creative worlds, with a deep belief that people have most of the resources they need. A co-author of Becoming an Exceptional Executive Coach: Use Your Knowledge, Experience, and Intuition to Help Leaders Excel, Judy has expanded to focus on intentionality and mindfulness, and is the self-proclaimed Regional VP of the IDK (I don’t know!) Society.
Bruce Frankel is a New York Times best-selling author, poet and seasoned journalist formerly with USA Today and People magazine. His book What Should I do with the Rest of My Life? features twelve intimate, inspiring stories of second-half success (post age 60), celebrating people who refused to let illness, stereotypes, and assumptions about aging stop them from realizing their dreams. Bruce believes in the power of YES, shifting his professional and personal pursuits over the past five years to include performing in an Indie rock music video, contributing to the Life Planning Network and book Live Smart After 50!, and becoming lead editor for a Redstring, an expanding web-based community.
Joe Mullings leads The Mullings Group, a top rated search firm with particular expertise in the medical device industry. There is no such thing as a candidate ever being on the fence if Joe and his team are on the case in this fast paced, changing industry sector.There also isn’t a day that Joe isn’t driving in every direction, as he is also a business entrepreneur and master martial arts expert.The Mullings Group is often enlisted to do more than find singleton candidates, instead partnering with more progressive clients to assist their leaders vet all candidates for opportunities, plus coach for successful onboarding and ultimate retention. High potential employees are recognizing how the right search professional can be a coach invested in their career, irrespective of what career stage, role or organization the employee is currently in.
Reverend Steve Keplingerleads the Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Tucson, a progressive Christianity community.A former sales and marketing professional-turned-priest, Steve is also a published author and avid baseball fan, relentlessly cheering on his hometown Baltimore Orioles.His recent sermon on the parable of the Sower of Seeds brings a thought-provoking interpretation to help open a fresh understanding of the power of how our graciously “giving it all away” in service to others prompts others to do the same – magic to multiply the benefits 100 fold.Steve is a very engaging storyteller who is careful to leave enough space for listeners to create their own timeless meaning to his timely messages.
Chuck Burbank is CEO of Pasadera Behavioral Health Network, a new company created from the merger of two organizations to offer at scale mental health and substance abuse services.Pasadera is focused on treating the entire patient, and is expanding its reach via a new partnership with a hospital and doctors focused on physical wellbeing. Committed to leading change for over 20 years in the changing world of healthcare, Chuck shifted from an early career in accounting to become a counselor working with the mentally ill.His business background ultimately reinforced his starting a successful emergency services program in rural Wisconsin.
George Brostoff and Cyrus Azar are the co-founders and CEO/Chief Technologist, respectively, of Sensible Vision, a company that has developed a simple approach to facial recognition to protect the use of personal computers and mobile devices.Both men are 3X serial entrepreneurs who take great pride in leading organizations that listen to what people request, and then observe how they go about their work with current alternatives to identify the next best product of interest.Sensible Vision is going beyond data and personal identity security to personalization – optimal workflow and convenience with fast access. Unlike endeavors of the 80’s and 90’s, George and Cyrus have a team of virtual professionals moving the firm forward.
John Sedwick and Debbie Chandler are with Tucson’s 4th Avenue Merchants Association, a non-profit which serves a community of over 100 restaurateurs, retailers and service businesses from the vibrant, traditionally eclectic business district six blocks north and south, four blocks east and west. The twice annual juried 4th Avenue Street Fair features 300 booths and attracts over 300,000 attendees from across the US.John retired as executive director for over 16 years, and Debbie is stepping in as CEO.With the launch of Tucson’s modern streetcar the 4th Avenue district is connected with three other sectors, creating a four-mile city corridor vital to regional economic development.