Chloe Carmichael

Dr. Chloe Carmichael is an internationally known speaker, USA Today bestselling author, and female entrepreneur. Dr. Chloe’s warm-yet-focused personality connects with a broad range of audiences. She appears regularly in national media including ABC Nightline, Inside Edition, VH1, Vanity Fair, New York Times and many others. She sits on the advisory board of Women’s Health Magazine.

Dr. Chloe’s bestselling book, Nervous Energy: Harness the Power of Your Anxiety (Macmillan, 2021) was endorsed by the world-renowned Deepak Chopra and called a “game changer” by Jim McCann, the founder of 1800-FLOWERS. Dr. Chloe’s virtual and in-person keynotes and workshops have received rave reviews and return invitations from a diverse group of organizations including the global law firm Baker McKenzie, WikiHow, NerdWallet, Young Presidents Organization, Columbia University, 92Y, Duke University – Fuqua School of Business, and more.

Dr. Chloe is a recognized business leader and leading female entrepreneur who understands the stressors and needs of corporations and their teams. As a yoga teacher-turned-psychologist, Dr. Chloe’s energetic personality and her unique ability to address sensitive topics in an engaging, relatable manner make her a perennial favorite for events seeking a fresh yet practical perspective. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa summa cum laude (highest honors) from Columbia University and holds a PhD in clinical psychology from Long Island University. She has taught psychology at the university level; and she is a member of the Entrepreneurs Organization and the American Psychological Association; as well as the National Register of Health Psychologists, which is an organization for psychologists with the highest credentials.

As a clinical psychologist and business leader, Dr. Chloe is an excellent listener– she truly enjoys learning about each event so she can customize the talk for maximal success. She thrives in keynotes as well as interactive events such as workshops and panel discussions.

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