Artemis March is an independent consultant and educator who has created more than 70 diagnostic/learning/change projects for universities, executive education programs, corporate clients, and health care organizations since 1984. Much of her work excavates learning from innovations and change efforts that have failed, or synthesizes stories and models underlying success. Her work in recent years has focused on generating fundamental change in health care quality, safety, and elder care. She has recently completed a book whose caregiving narrative embodies a new relational paradigm for dying well while illuminating the mutual healing and transformation that is possible at the end of a mother's life. Dr. March graduated with honors from Vassar College, received her M.B.A. with distinction from the Simmons School of Management, and earned her Ph.D. in sociology from the University of California.