Jenara Nerenberg

Innovation and Science Writer

Jenara Nerenberg writes about innovation, psychology, neurodiversity, and global cultural shifts for a variety of outlets that have included Fast Company, New York Magazine’s Science of Us site, CNN, TIME, Healthline, the Greater Good Science Center, KQED, NextBillion, Travel & Leisure, BlackBook Magazine, and Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution. She spent six years as a foreign correspondent in Asia for Fast Company, was a reporter for Healthline, and founded the first social network for the base of the pyramid in Nepal, among other jobs. Nerenberg speaks nationally and internationally and facilitates group awareness workshops on evolutionary mental health perspectives and their relationship to innovation and creativity.

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