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Jenara Nerenberg

Jenara Nerenberg’s coverage of innovation, psychology, neurodiversity, and global cultural shifts has appeared in Fast Company, New York Magazine’s Science of Us, CNN, TIME, Healthline, the Greater Good Science Center, KQED, NextBillion, Travel & Leisure, BlackBook Magazine, Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution, and elsewhere. After her graduate work in “Society, Human Development, and Health” from the Harvard School of Public Health, Jenara spent 6 years as a foreign correspondent in Asia. Her undergraduate work at UC Berkeley focused on the rhetoric of race relations.

Today she is at work uncovering the areas of high sensitivity, differential susceptibility, and neurodiversity. Jenara enjoys long, engaging conversations and long international flights. When not writing you can find her swimming, drinking tea, or out for a walk. You can reach her or follow her work here.