Jacqueline kerr

Dr Jacqueline Kerr is a behavior scientist and burnout survivor. She is in the top 1% of most cited scientists worldwide and received over $56 million in funding from the National Institutes of Health to research health behavior change solutions for individuals and communities. Dr Kerr left her position as a public health professor in 2018 and now hosts the podcast 'Overcoming Working Mom Burnout' where she interviews CEOs, researchers, diversity experts, and leadership coaches.

Her TEDx talk (How to stop burnout before it starts) explains how burnout is a multi-level problem and provides actionable solutions that we can all use to change the social norms around burnout based on behavior change science. Dr Kerr is helping women leaders with training and peer learning collaboratives on how to lead through change, manage change and leverage change for transformational organizational change. Her behavior science tools and evidence-based frameworks and strategies help leaders move beyond the status quo to lead the thriving, diverse workforce of the future.

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