Jenara Nerenberg lectures widely on neuroscience, innovation, sensitivity, leadership, and diversity and is the author of the recently released book, Divergent Mind. Selected as a “brave new idea” presenter by the Aspen Institute for her work on re-framing mental differences, Jenara is also the founder and host of The Neurodiversity Project. She holds degrees from the Harvard School of Public Health and UC Berkeley and can be found on Facebook and Twitter. Her work has been published in Fast Company, NYMAG, Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution, Garrison Institute, Elaine Aron’s HSP, Healthline, KQED, and elsewhere. In addition to her work as a journalist, Jenara is a frequent workshop facilitator, speaker, and event host for institutions including the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the Tahirih Justice Center, Park Day School, and elsewhere in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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