Board Volunteers

Denise EastonPresident & Board Chairman
“Making complexity work!”

Denise Easton is a consultant, author & business entrepreneur who finds inspiration at the “complex and emerging intersections” of strategy, ecosystems and innovation. In addition to her role at Plexus, she is the co-founder and principal consultant with Awareful Systems Group Consulting, where she is developing a research based ecosystem development framework for analysis, process innovation, organization design, and change management..  She co-authored several books including, Complexity Works! Influencing Pattern-Based Change in Teams & Organizations, a complexity model for organizations.

Mike TaylorBoard Member
“Take care of yourself, we need you!”

Mike Taylor RN, MHA, CDE is an independent theorist specializing in the application of complexity science to health and compassion. His Unified Theory of Meaning Emergence takes a major stride in connecting the mathematics of complexity with self-transcendence and compassion. He has spoken at international, national and regional conferences on complexity in health, business and nursing and is developing the platform of social compassion as a method of rapid social change.

Barb SiegelBoard Member
“What’s the systems thinking view?”

Barb Siegel helps clients see and understand the big picture, the detail, and the system. As a visual practitioner Barb reveals the hidden for her clients so that they can figure out how to respond to complex problems in this volatile and uncertain world. The path from her past to the present includes getting things built as a registered architect in solo practice, running a speaker series on breakthroughs in learning, and being a visual artist.

Bruce WaltuckBoard Member
“How can we achieve better outcomes together?”

Bruce is an award-winning designer and facilitator of organizational change initiatives. Bruce brings a unique perspective and approach informed by his deep understanding of the complexity inherent in human systems. He has taught and presented to more than 25,000 people throughout the U.S., Canada, Brazil, and Southeast Asia, helping others achieve improved Adaptive Response Capacity.

Brook RolterBoard Member
“What do you mean by that?”

Brook is a management and organizational development consultant assisting organizations with strategic and operational changes through his company, Rolter Associates. At the crux of his consulting work is a simple focus on helping clients improve performance and make progress on their strategies. His approach involves clarifying direction and strategy, which are all too often a bit vague, into clear intended results with actionable specifics allowing people in the organization to recognize, implement, and measure success.

Frank Maletz, MDBoard Member
“Looking Forward, Always Further”

Frank was a practicing Orthopedic Surgeon in CT and in the US Navy for 37 years. His work as a global futurist led to the founding of HEALTHspital, a platform organization dedicated to become the epicenter for promoting new models of true Healthcare practice, replacing the current community hospital model, while promoting and expediting, nor optimally effective. He believes that sustainable health incorporates health promotion, prevention, rejuvenation strategies and practical applications.