Sheila J. Henderson now lives in New York City with her husband. Formerly Sheila and her husband lived in the San Francisco Bay Area. There as Interim Associate Provost, Sheila led intercultural diversity initiatives at Alliant International University. After studying economics at Simmons College and receiving an MBA from University of Chicago, she worked in consulting, finance, and business process innovation. Following her PhD in counseling psychology from Stanford University, Sheila won the Hans Sauer Foundation award for her research on inventors. Sheila’s unifying career theme is coaching people and organizations to full creative potential.
Rosemarie K. Moore, who passed away in 2015, had lived in Tucson, Arizona with her husband. Rosemarie’s rich background included teaching in California public schools, and advanced degrees at Stanford University. Her MA in educational psychology and PhD in developmental and clinical psychology led to university teaching at Stanford University and University of Santa Clara, to educational program development in public schools, and to clinical supervision for graduate interns as group leaders of students. As a clinical psychologist in private practice, she worked with children, families and professionals for 25 years in Palo Alto, California. Rosemarie is dearly missed by so many.