Recently I had the privilege of being on the Dr.Nilda Show to share how I was drawn to the future as I started my career and why foresight is essential to leading business and society. I also shared what futurists talk about when they get together and how we work as professionals. Enjoy this 35 minute interview!
As 2018 began, I was honored to be appointed to a two-year term as Chair of the Association of Professional Futurists. One recurrent theme in my life has been the pull of the future. The future to me was when humanity would turn their swords into plowshares and take the stars. Early on I was captured by the coming of the year 2000 as a milestone for global actions and celebrations. Having trained myself as a practicing futurist to serve alliances and cities, I was invited in 2002 to the founding meeting of the Association of Professional Futurists. Since that time I have learned so much from my peers. I am proud to be a credentialed member of this leading body of foresight professionals See news.
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Based on more than a decade of management consulting, in 2003 I formed PeakFutures as a firm to offer foresight training, research and assessments for teams and organizations. Continue reading
From 2004 to 2008 I went back to get my PhD in Leadership. Here is my perspective on why I did so and why all of us are undercover agents for the public good! Continue reading
In the Fall of 2007, I began teaching the first course in an Entrepreneurial MBA at Regent’s School of Business & Leadership. The course was BMBA 601: “The Future of Commerce.” Here is why.
Dr. Jay Gary, evangelical author and leadership scholar reflects on his experience as a religious futurist, and challenges religious activists to study the future of faith and society, in the context of their own traditions.
Dr. Piatt is board certified in Dermatology and Family Practice, and focuses her practice to Dermatology. Continue reading
My father passed away November 25, 2007 peacefully in his sleep. He was 90 years old. I learned hard work, persistence, focus, and most of all, love from him. Here is his obituary, that appeared in the Baltimore Sun. He was buried at Loudon Park Cemetery in south east Baltimore, Maryland.
My mother, Bernice Olivia Berry Gary passed away October 27, 2006 peacefully in her sleep, after a month being ill. She was 88 years old. She was the kindness person I ever met. This is her eulogy, offered at her funeral service by her pastor, Dr. Rev. Roderick Miller.