Deb Westphal

Deb Westphal

As Chairman of the Board for Toffler Associates, Deborah brings skills and insights honed over 30 years working with some of the top minds and leaders of governments and Fortune 100 companies. Deborah has an MBA from Webster University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Mexico, and has completed extensive continuing education with Harvard Business School and Wharton Business School. She is also a member of the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.

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Discussing Changes at the...

  “What's the problem we're trying to solve? What is the question that we're trying to ans...

Shocks and Solutions: Fut...

I am so energized and full of hope! I’ve just returned from the beautiful city of Chicago ...

It’s Change or Lose for H...

In a crowded conference hall of human resource professionals, the first address of the Nor...

Special Interview: Imagin...

“Be where the world is going.” – Beth Comstock   I love this quote. Be where the world is ...

RAPPORT // Is the Pentago...

Once again, the Pentagon has reorganized.[1] Motivated by a concern about how emerging tec...

RAPPORT // Mary Meeker’s ...

Being a bit of a technology geek, I always look forward to Mary Meeker’s annual update on ...

RAPPORT // Businesses are...

 On a wall in the Brighton Ski Lodge located outside of Salt Lake City, there is a tiny pl...

RAPPORT // What the Bosto...

  This year’s Boston Marathon left a lasting imprint on my heart. Maybe it’s because I’m c...

RAPPORT // The Louvre is ...

  Earlier this month, my son and I met in Paris, France for a quick vacation. We had been ...

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