Jenara Nerenberg & The Neurodiversity Project
 
 

Content

Speaking+Writing

 
 
 
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Innovating and Re-Framing

Fast Company, Aspen ideas

Jenara writes and speaks on the intersection of innovation, leadership, neurodiversity, mental health, media, sensitivity, the arts, and scientific research. Formerly a staff reporter for Fast Company, she continues to publish there, as well as for the Aspen Institute, Garrison Institute, Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution, and the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center.

 
Jenara was selected by the Aspen Institute as a “Brave New Idea” presenter at the Aspen Ideas Festival

Jenara was selected by the Aspen Institute as a “Brave New Idea” presenter at the Aspen Ideas Festival

Jenara’s remarkable personal story of her childhood and path to adulthood, as published in Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution

Jenara’s remarkable personal story of her childhood and path to adulthood, as published in Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution

 

Fierce, Vulnerable, Gentle

honest sharing

Jenara shares her personal story widely with audiences in the science, medicine, and advocacy spaces, including the Tahirih Justice Center, Park Day School, and elsewhere.

Leading, Thought-Provoking Interviews

Gabor Mate, Krista Tippett, Steve Silberman, angel kyodo williams & more

Jenara selects high quality interview candidates for The Neurodiversity Project events and panels she moderates elsewhere, and for leading publications such as the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center and Garrison Institute.

 
Interview with physician and author, Gabor Mate, for the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center

Interview with physician and author, Gabor Mate, for the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center

 

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I want talking about our inner lives to be as acceptable and ‘normal’ as talking about the weather.

/  -Jenara nerenberg at Spotlight Health, aspen institute  /