Co-Founder of Conizo Living & Wellness, Pastor of Chapel Worship Crossings Community Church
Don Peslis has helped people build strong minds and bodies for nearly three decades. After receiving his B.A. from Anderson University, he worked as Wellness Director at the Anderson Family YMCA in Anderson, Indiana, where he designed and managed health, wellness and community outreach programs.
In 1998, Don led CHARACTER COUNTS! of Anderson as it began a journey as an “Education-based, Community-embraced model”. Community involvement skyrocketed as Anderson’s National CHARACTER COUNTS! Week celebrations grew to reach over 25,000 concerned citizens – including students, parents, and community stakeholders.
In 2000, Don joined Anderson University as the Director of the Center for Character Development established by Governor Frank O’Bannon and Anderson University, while continuing to energize educators, students, and concerned citizens through the development of a Statewide Coalition. Much of Don’s work coalesced Hoosier educators, non-profit organizations, and community stakeholders to build broad-based community coalitions committed to developing the character of young Hoosiers.
In 2005, Don completed his graduate studies with a M.Ed. degree in Teaching and Learning with a specialization in Character Education from the University of San Diego. Don also served as National Faculty for CHARACTER COUNTS! providing character & leadership training thorough out the United States. While celebrating 10 Years of Character Education in Madison County, Don was awarded “The Distinguished Hoosier” award, by Governor Mitch Daniels.
In 2008, Don moved to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to accept a position at SandRidge Energy, as Director of Community Outreach. Since making Oklahoma City home, a new and exciting chapter began for Don and the family, as they began attending Crossings Community Church. Dons involvement with Crossing’s ministries began to expand, joining Pastor Marty Grubbs and the Crossings Staff in June of 2012. Don states, “It’s truly a ‘bucket-list’ opportunity to be able to do all the things I love…under one roof.”
Don and his wife, Sandi, have eight children and make their home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Don currently serves as Pastor of Chapel Worship Crossings Community Church.
Dr. Andrew S. Rosenson
Chief Executive Officer of Maxwell Telecare
Dr. Andrew S. Rosenson, or Dr. Andy as we call him, is a healthcare entrepreneur and founder of Maxwell Telecare, providing clinical telemedicine care to the senior care community. He designed the national Maxwell Telecare Coronavirus Initiative overseeing testing, diagnosis and monitoring members at risk for Covid-19. He is a national expert in utilization management and outcomes analysis with special expertise in clinical operations and pharmacy cost controls. Dr. Rosenson is the Chief Medical Officer for a national healthcare consulting firm specializing in strategic cost reduction and revenue stream innovation. In the clinical realm, he is also a pioneer and leading expert in diagnostic imaging of the coronary arteries. Dr. Rosenson has published numerous articles, lectured at national conferences, and has appeared nationally on The Oprah Winfrey show, as well as other television and radio appearances.
Originally board certified as a primary care physician by the American Board of Pediatrics, Dr. Rosenson is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is board certified by the American Board of Nuclear Medicine, the American Board of Radiology, and the Certification Board of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. He has held faculty appointments in Preventive Medicine at the Northwestern University Medical School and in the Department of Medicine at University of Chicago Medical School.
Representative Engagements and Expertise:
Expert at outcomes analysis of clinical data. Dr. Rosenson has streamlined the clinical operations of health plans and health systems using clinical outcomes data to concomitantly achieve dramatic financial savings while improving quality and effectiveness.
Developed the first national Quality Assurance and accreditation program for ultrasound imaging.
Consulted by the Clinton administration for its Health Care Initiative.
Dr. Rosenson was the senior medical director at AIM Specialty Management Company, one of the largest utilization management companies in the country. His responsibilities included oversight of utilization management programs and serving as liaison between provider and payer organizations, as well as physician network development.
Dr. Rosenson founded and presided over a radiology group that grew from a two person radiology practice to a group and network of over 75 radiologists, providing radiology services to hospitals in multiple states from Illinois to New York, multiple imaging centers and to a 250 physician primary care and multispecialty network.
Publications include articles on the economics of health care.
Telemedicine and Teleradiology
Clinical Outcomes Data Analytics
Clinical Cost Management
Medical Revenue Stream Enhancement
Bachelors, Washington University
Medical Degree, University of Illinois (James Scholar)
Pediatrics Residency, University of Chicago
Nuclear Medicine Fellowship, Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center
Diagnostic Radiology Residency, Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center