Our Associates

David M. Ehrmann

David M. Ehrmann

David has driven organizational improvement within corporations across multiple industries in the United States for over 20 years. He is a recognized leader in corporate training and professional development. David's initiatives have brought about cultural change and increases in productivity in Health Care, High Technology and Financial Services. He has led corporate training functions for Fortune 100 corporations.

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Michael Goodman

Michael Goodman

Michael is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and practitioner in the fields of Systems Thinking, Organizational Learning, and Leadership, Michael Goodman has pioneered many innovations in the field of system dynamics that have made it more accessible to business and organizational leaders.

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Michele Gravelle

Michele Gravelle

Michele applies her 20 years of experience in management and corporate training to assisting individuals in cultivating their leadership capabilities and developing masterful communication skills. Companies she has worked with include, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Capital One, the Federal Reserve Bank, MasterCard, PriceWaterhouse Coopers and the United States Postal Service. Michele currently teaches management courses through Boston University’s Corporate Education Group.

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Diane J. Johnson

Diane J. Johnson

Diane is Founder and President of Mmapeu Management Consulting established in 1992. She is deeply committed to helping the widest array of community stakeholders engage in organizational and institutional transformation that results in dynamic, effective and innovative solutions to intractable problems.

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John McGah

John McGah

John is the founder and executive director of Give US Your Poor: The Campaign to End Homelessness based at UMass Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy & Global Studies. He has worked closely with community leaders in Massachusetts and across the United States developing relationships with national homeless organizations; shelter directors and staff; homelessness advocates; nationally known scholars; city, state and federal policy makers, and homeless people.

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Kathleen Albrecht Zurche

Kathleen Albrecht Zurcher

Kathleen applies organizational learning and systems thinking to large-scale system change in communities and non-profit organizations. Her special talents include designing and facilitating meetings, conferences, community engagement and planning processes; aspirational values-based strategic planning; building organizational learning; systems thinking capacities in individuals, organizations, and communities. She describes her work as creating the future one community at a time.

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