A systems thinker with broad interests in the arts and sciences, Janna Raye is a dynamic organization design and culture consultant. She has worked in and with a variety of organizations as a writer, editor, web content developer, database designer, and organizational developer. Her client list over the years includes Marriott, Clorox, Sotheby's International, Gemfire Corporation, Sonoma Index-Tribune, Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center, Gundlach-Bundschu Winery, Rockridge Smiles, Dr. Stanley Jacobs, Kimball Lutheran Church, Women's Global Leadership Initiative, and the California Surplus Line Association.

Through decades of research, development, and testing, she believes that Fractal Organizations are the emergent, leading-edge system for the 21st century because they mimic the evolutionary adaptability found in natural hierarchies.

Raye received a B.A. in Humanities and a Certificate in Professional and Technical Writing from San Francisco State University before working ten years in the technology publishing field as an editor for Dr. Dobb's Journal and IDG Books, inventors of the ...for Dummies line, and as a content expert for InfoWorld magazine. She later became a database designer, communications trainer, and organizational development consultant, speaking at both state and national human resources and educator conferences on reducing workplace stress, including the NCHRA (Northern California Human Resources Assn.) and the NCCEP (National Council for Community and Education Partnerships) as well as local business networking events. She is on the Futurist Board at Lifeboat Foundation, mentored a child through high school graduation through the Sonoma Valley Mentor Alliance, and participated as a leader in the Challenge Sonoma Adventure Ropes Course, an experiential team-building program on Sonoma Mountain.

She currently lives in Frederick County, Maryland and volunteers at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center and the Maryland Ensemble Theatre.

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