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With Rose Group Int’l®️, you get what you see. We don’t pretend everything is okay when it isn’t. We don’t tell you things are a disaster if they aren’t. We address conflict productively. We unite your team, so they have each others’ backs. We move your people toward your goals. We get things done.

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Our Team

Dr. Rachel MK Headley


“Rachel enjoys a good challenge and has over two decades of experience managing big projects, uniting diverse stakeholders, guiding teams through change, and leading complex and ground-breaking achievements.
She is a powerful advocate of community: in her own team, among her neighbors, and her network of clients, colleagues, and friends.
She is a TEDx speaker and serves on the Council of Trustees at South Dakota State University. Rachel is a Mensa PhD scientist, a certified Project Management Professional, a global citizen, a choral singer, and an art patroness. Her great-grandfather homesteaded in Brookings County, South Dakota, and Rachel spent her formative years on a small family farm. She finds beauty in the prairie, its big skies, and its people.

Rachel’s 2023 Word of the Year:  LIGHTHEARTED – Free from care, anxiety, or seriousness.  “We’re excited for a big year, and I can get very intense when things get busy.  I want to remember to find fun and lightness among the intensity of growing our business.”


Meg has years of experience in leading through transition. From major changes in highly-regulated industries to managing through $100M acquisition, Meg has refined skills in understanding people through change. Her studies in organizational psychology and mastery in leadership concepts ensure that your people are taken care of. Period.
Meg has a passion for helping others realize their full potential – breaking down social and personal barriers – changing their story. Her innate ability to recognize opportunity in weakness and present a strategic solution is unprecedented in today’s business world.
Meg is a ranch kid from western South Dakota, where she still puts in a hard day’s work on the family place. Ranch life gave her sticktoittiveness, passion for family and outdoors, and maybe a touch of stubbornness. Meg is an avid runner, an advocate of the well-rounded education of youth, and a major supporter of finding humor in all things.

Meg’s 2023 Word of the Year: PRESSURE – the use of persuasion, influence, or intimidation to make someone do something.  We (Rachel and I) decided at the end of 2022 that we were ready for the challenge of next-level growth.  What we’ve agreed to undertake will create a lot of pressure, and instead of being overcome, overwhelmed, or exhausted by that, I am going to embrace it. I’m excited for the pressure of success and growth in 2023!

Brett McCue

Operations Manager

Brett is a spirited individual ready to take your organization’s operations to the next level.  As her passions of business and people collide, she will encourage and engage team members while guarding your company’s values.  Brett will analyze data and metrics to evaluate staff performance, lead and encourage employees to maximize performance, and ensure a strong talent pipeline.  Her passions will drive her to create and implement succession plans for key management and supervisors, and advance cohesion between various internal departments. With a decade of management within multiple industries, these experiences will shape the knowledge and development processes she will develop and share with your company.  Brett is sincere and honest and will inevitably provide bewildering communication throughout the entire process.

Born and raised in western Nebraska, life after college took her to California for many years. Though she never expected nor wanted to leave the ocean, she returned to the captivating rural life in Spearfish, South Dakota to raise her girls in a community that values family.  You will find she always has freshly brewed coffee and espresso in her hand.  She is an avid plant lover, home chef and delights in baking everything from cinnamon rolls to delicate chocolate soufflé.

Brett’s 2023 Word of the Year: ASCEND – moving upward, growing, increasing in awareness, succession.  Reaching a new level of personal & spiritual health, focusing on my knowledge and growth through family, friends, work and the opportunities in each passion.

Kathy Luze

Project Manager

Kathy is a dedicated team player that is willing to do what it takes to make projects successful. Kathy’s greatest assets are her work ethic and eagerness to learn from every opportunity presented.  She has over ten years of experience assisting in the coordination and implementation of different aspects of projects, meeting quality standards and delivering project goals within a specified time and budget.

Born in Fairbanks, Alaska, Kathy moved with her parents to the Black Hills at the age of four.  The beauty of the surrounding area and closeness to family has kept Kathy and her husband in the Hills.  In her down time she loves reading, spending time at the lake, running on the Mickelson Trail, taking walks with her black lab and snowshoeing with friends.

Kathy’s 2023 Word of the Year:  CONQUER – to successfully overcome a problem or weakness. I feel I have a fear of failure, which inhibits me from learning new things and believing that I can and also that I have the drive and intelligence to do so.  For 2023, I plan to conquer these fears to best assist Rose Group in expanding to their next-level growth.

Heather Speiser

Project Manager

Heather has been in the Technology and Marketing space for over 15 years. She brings balance and justice to all organizations she touches. With a passion for transforming organizations from waterfall to agile methodologies, she’s helped transition small, medium and large companies to be empowered and strengthened through her observations and recommendations. From tool assessment to process simplification, she can do it all. She operates through empathy and sees people first. She loves working in the depths of chaos to create strong teams.

 Outside of work, Heather runs a retreat and event center in Minnesota while juggling life as a mom, wife and coach. She also loves reading and traveling.

Heather’s 2023 Word of the Year: ENRICH: To improve in depth when it comes to my attention spent.  I also plan to expand and enhance all who come in contact with me or my work here at RGI and in Life.

Troy Moore

Corporate Trainer

Troy is a 30 year Air Force veteran with over 15 years of senior executive leadership in headquarters, hospital administration, aircraft maintenance, and combat deployment leadership positions. He’s a transformative, detail-oriented, and highly agile strategic leader who leverages interdisciplinary experience towards achieving diverse goals, objectives, and milestones. He uses evidence-based psychological approaches to motivate teams and individuals through the change processes and towards mission success.

Troy enjoys outdoor activities with his family and friends, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, woodworking, and homebrewing.  Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, he has lived in multiple communities around the world over his military career, finally settling down in the wonderfully small town of Mountain Home, Idaho.

Troy’s 2023 Word of the Year: IMPACT – to have a strong effect on someone or something.  I have a purpose in 2023.  To intentionally impact others in a way that helps them grow both physically and mentally; through knowledge, confidence, self-esteem and performance.

Marissa Marshall

Vice President for Business Development

Marissa Marshall is a skilled relationship builder.  She is capable of holding a conversation with just about anyone. Marissa’s background is varied and includes everything from agriculture, to healthcare and then most recently in higher education fundraising experience and expertise. As the Vice President of Business Development for Rose Group International, she is a fantastic point of contact to inquire about our services and answer any other questions you may have about how to drive your company forward! 

Marissa’s 2023 Word of the Year: SCALE – When I think about all the opportunities that lie ahead this year for Rose Group, the word scale continues to come to mind.  We are scaling our expertise, our internal team, our customer base, and our impact!  2023 is giong to be a year for the record books.

Andrew Chamberlain

Project Manager

Andrew’s professional background ranges from design and construction of Healthcare Facilities, managing Federal Construction Projects as well as PM work in Private and Municipal Projects.  When asked if he prefers projects over $100 Million or less than $10 Million he answers that it really depends on the client, smaller projects just run faster.  Andrew enjoys understanding processes and creating process improvements.  There is always room for growth and improvement, but there needs to be focus on acknowledging skills acquired, and individual/team success.  Recognizing overall health is important for individuals, teams and businesses. 

Andrew has a degree in Civil Engineering and is PMP certified.  Prior to finishing college, he worked as a Firefighter and did other odd jobs.  Andrew has worked in several foreign countries and has been able to maintain fluency in Spanish and Portuguese.  Andrew grew up as a small-town kid where work and play were much the same, and community involvement comprised much of your identity.  He began coaching athletics in Jr. High School and has enjoyed it ever since.  He has a strong appreciation for conservation, agriculture, fabrication and industry as well as educational pursuits, history and philosophical exchange.  He enjoys most outdoor activities and all 4 seasons.  Andrew believes you should do the best you can in life and make sure you laugh along the way. 

Andrew’s 2023 Word of the Year: COMPREHENSIVE – an extensive grasp, study or mental range of something; including all, or nearly all elements or aspects of that subject.

To provide professional development, improve business health and aid effective growth; a team with skills comprehensive to the task must be engaged in that professional process.

We at Rose Group Int’l are a professionally comprehensive team.  Our experiences and background, education, achievements, personal pursuits and interests, as well as each of our personal internal compasses, propel our team forward and provide the depth and breadth of our professional grasp.

We are driven to improve.  From a macroscopic view of recurring chaos and conflict into an accurate understanding of individual processes, we are able to provide precise application of skills to resolve misalignment or inefficiencies, problem solve and identify opportunities for professional development or improvement.

We offer a comprehensively skilled team that offers solutions which bring our clients’ comprehensive improvements to their business  needs.

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Kelsey Ruzicka

About Kelsey
Kelsey Ruzicka, owner of Moxie Marketing of the Midwest, LLC, is the web designer behind the Rose Group Int’l website. She also assisted with our rebranding strategy.

Wearing lots of hats and putting off projects is common for business owners and organizations. Moxie Marketing of the Midwest, LLC helps you strategically develop tools and branding to get your projects off the shelf and thriving.

These tools can consist of web design/hosting, graphic design, publication layout, digital design/strategy, PR, and consulting.



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Laura Howard

About Laura
Laura grew up in Utah but has lived in Colorado, South Dakota, and now Wyoming, but the Black Hills, more than any other place, really felt like home. Although her education began at Utah State University, it took a bit of a detour before she earned a B.S. in graphic design and photography from Black Hills State University. While learning the skills required to get her diploma, she also pursued unique industry experiences. She interned at the Sanford Underground Research Facility, gave a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer a tour of Deadwood, helped haul a portable darkroom for wet-plate photo development through the hills one summer, and won a few ADDY awards for her work along the way. She believes that learning is life-long and loves acquiring new skills and techniques that she can then apply to her work. She admires clean, simple design that communicates well in addition to being visually appealing. She currently enjoys applying her style to designs for Rose Group Int’l.


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Our Contributors

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Steve Thomas

About Steve
Steve Thomas, Owner, Raven L.L.C. (Safety Support and Services)

40 years mining & construction experience/14 years as a Safety Manager

Experienced in Safety processes & programs/ Behavior-Based Safety/ Crisis Management

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Dave Austin

About Dave
Dave has 32 years from the ground up in the mining maintenance industry including fixed, mobile and continuous assets. His career has given him the opportunity to understand the importance of a team environment  throughout an organization for maintenance success. Through the tools of maintenance and reliability best practices can help an organization create a safe work environment, increase output with the same assets, reduce the need for capital replacement, reduce maintenance costs and improve performance.
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Sandy Hansen-Wolff

About Sandy
Sandy spends her time helping companies scale through her leadership coaching, speaking and consulting business. She is a certified executive coach to many brilliant business leaders and facilitates monthly mastermind peer groups of business leaders. Sandy speaks to groups large and small on topics of pricing, negotiation, business success/scaling strategies, employee engagement, launching new ventures as well as personal strategies for aligning heart-based leadership to profits.
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Deb Schuelke

About Deb

Deb Schuelke is a Communication professional with more than 16 years of experience in training and education. She currently serves as the Program Director and lead faculty member for the Communication program at a small, private college in South Dakota, which boasts the most diverse student population in the state. With students from all over the US and around the world, she places a high emphasis on relationship-building to increase interpersonal understanding and to promote strong communication skills.


Deb has a broad base of expertise, with particular emphasis in interpersonal communication, intercultural communication, organizational communication and leadership, communication theory, and media studies. In addition to her teaching assignments, she has established an intercultural exchange program with a partner college in France and is part of a team developing a new study abroad experience in Ghana. She also provides ongoing training experiences for college faculty in the areas of teaching pedagogy, student motivation and engagement, and advising/mentor relationships.


Because communication is all around us, it’s common to underestimate the power of effective communication, but don’t be fooled! In reality, communication is something that can be studied, analyzed, and improved upon. It’s a complex social science, but Deb is an expert at helping clients conceptualize the relevant theories and apply them to particular problems or workplace culture.


Outside of work, Deb enjoys managing the chaos of her family of three children, Madeline, Claire, and Jack, and her husband Austin, who operates a grain farm.


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Bob Greenfield

About Bob

Bob Greenfield is the principal of Greenfield Management Strategies and is based in Los Angeles.  Bob’s consulting and coaching practices are tailored for organizations and individual leaders who want to take their game to the next level.  During the past 30 years, Bob has worked with hundreds of organizations including fortune 500 and start-up companies; large multi-national, mid-sized, and small non-profits, and a variety of federal and state public sector agencies.  He continues to enjoy a diverse clientele and practice.

Today, Bob works primarily with executive teams, boards, and individual leaders. He brings his extensive organizational consulting experience to his work as an Executive Coach and Advisor and works with Coaching clients both within and outside of the work setting. Bob is a valuable guide and partner offering clients an insightful sounding board that is both challenging and supportive.

In addition to degrees in Psychology and Public Management & Organizational Behavior and various professional certifications, Bob holds a Black Belt in Hap Ki Do and incorporates martial arts principles into his client work.  Bob resides with his family in Los Angeles, is an avid reader, and enjoys playing basketball and practicing yoga.

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Peggy O'Sullivan

About Peggy
Margaret (Peggy) O’Sullivan is a Registered Nurse serving as the Director of Surgical Services in Rapid City, SD at Monument Health – RapidCity Hospital, which is the main hospital for a regional health care system.  Peggy began her nursing career in 1982 and has served in many areas of the acute care setting with 20 plus years in the surgical arena.
 Peggy is licensed as a Registered Nurse and holds a Master of Science in Nursing with a focus on nursing management and organizational leadership via American Sentinel University. Peggy has attained credentials as a Certified Nurse – Operating Room(CNOR) and as a Nurse Executive, Advanced Certification (NEA-BC).  Peggy is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, International, the Association for periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN), the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses (ASPAN), the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates (SGNA),and the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI).
Peggy has a focus on quality, promoting a culture of safety, and nursing leadership in perioperative services.  She has received system Quality Advocate and Quality Project awards.  Peggy has incorporated an LLC and has developed and implemented adult education in the perioperative areas.  She also serves as a consultant in the perioperative environment.
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Bill Sanders

About Bill

Finding the right balance between chaos of innovation to drive people forward and the order of process to keep everyone on track and productive isn’t complicated, but it is difficult. No “one-size-fits-all” solution will bring the ideal into reality and strike the correct balance between chaos and order because there are no two organizations that are exactly alike.

But there are principles, which make Bill’s job so enjoyable. He will bring together those principles with the organization’s people, strategy, business model and technology to craft innovative processes and solutions that bridge the natural gap between strategy and execution while increasing the organization’s production capability.

Bill has been in over 200 organizations across four continents, from startups to Fortune 100 companies, and in such diverse industries as Civil Engineering, Not-for-Profits, Ecommerce, Software Development, Advertising Agencies, Retail Marketing, Construction, and Event Management.

Bill is a past President of the San Francisco American Marketing Association, have published in the American Management Association’s quarterly journal, and am also a co-author of “From Hierarchy to High Performance” (published August 2018).

He works with Roebling Strauss Inc., out of Clayton, California.

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Lizabeth Wesely-Casella

About Lizabeth

Lizabeth Wesely-Casella is the Founder and CEO of L-12 Services, a Washington DC firm focused on internal communications and organizational development.

She is a skilled strategic advisor specializing in attrition mitigation, workflow management, process improvement, and culture.

Lizabeth has over 20 years of experience as an administrator and policy and programming consultant.  Her work has contributed to successful project outcomes in federal health policy, international program development, and non-profit/association management.  In 2014 Lizabeth organized and led process and communication change for First Lady Michelle Obama’s signature program, Let’s Move!.

Using LEAN process improvement and her collaborative nature, Lizabeth calls on her vast range of experience to pass along insights related to change management, strategic planning, and streamlining workflow.

Lizabeth helps clients prevent “The Great Resignation,” attract high-caliber talent, address burnout, and improve productivity

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Hilary Blair

About Hilary

Hilary Blair is co-founder and CEO of ARTiculate: Real & Clear, a senior executive training firm that helps high performing clients become more extraordinary. Hilary knows that interpersonal communication is the number one skill needed for top performing leaders and teams. Clients leave her trainings invigorated and motivated to lead from new perspectives and with techniques to create change for themselves and others. She is on faculty for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and has been adjunct faculty for several universities. She is an active member of NSA and former board member of the Colorado Chapter. She is a TedX speaker, and a former board member of VASTA. Hilary is certified in Conversational Intelligence (CiQ) and CultureTalk and has earned the designation of Certified Speaking
Professional (CSP). She holds an MFA in acting from the National Theatre Conservatory in Denver, CO and a BA in Adolescent Psychology from Yale University.

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Dr. Courtney Cauthon

About Courtney

Courtney is a lead coach with ARTiculate Real & Clear. She is driven by building and sustaining
connections between people and the larger world. Courtney draws on her theatre background as a dramaturg to assist people in finding and communicating their messages clearly, succinctly, and with impact. Courtney was born in Toronto, Canada and raised in Denver, Colorado. She’s nurshied by movement – running half marathons, dance parties in the living room, and keeping up with her two boys. She loves to find beauty in the small things – morning coffee, the light coming through the trees, the sound of laughter. Courtney holds her PhD from the University of Toronto and her MA from New York University.


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Dr. Robin Miller

About Robin

Dr. Robin Miller’s career can be described through the phrase: If you can imagine it, you can create it. She is the co-owner of ARTiculate: Real & Clear and a credentialed ICF coach. Robin believes that we don’t always know what is getting in our way; we do know that we aren’t getting the results we desire. Executives come to her to discover, examine and shift communication roadblocks that that hindering their external connections, professionally and personally. Her executive clients come from finance, healthcare, energy, marketing, government, technology, consulting, law and manufacturing. She holds a PhD in Musicology from The University of North Texas, a MM in Music History from Baylor University and an MDiv from Iliff School of Theology. She is a trained mezzo-soprano and performs locally with the Voices of Light Chamber Choir in Denver, CO. Two things jump start her day: music and coffee!


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