Lecturer at Harvard in Industrial-Organizational Psychology,TEDx Speaker, Author, Board Member, Consultant
Dr. Bobbi Wegner is an experienced psychologist, speaker, author, board member, and advisor focused on cultivating individual and organizational wellness through the power of human connection. She is the founder and CEO of Groops, a group connection platform. She teaches at Harvard University in the Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Human Development and Education Programs, and has an expertise in group dynamics, facilitation, and social wellness. She teaches Groups & Culture, and Motivation. She lives at the intersection of organizational psychology, wellness, and learning and development and often speaks about stress and burnout, team building, and mental health management in the workplace, working with Fortune 500 companies.
Dr. Wegner speaks and writes internationally, has given 3 TEDx talks, and published Raising Feminist Boys: How to Talk with Your Child about Gender, Consent, and Empathy. She is on the parenting team at TODAY, is an expert with NBC News Learn, and has been featured on NPR multiple times. You can find her blog at Psychology Today. She often works with the media and private sector.
Dr. Wegner is also a board member of USA for IOM (United Nations Migration Agency) with a focus on mental health access and education.