Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, Entrepreneur, Educator, and Published Author
Dr. Juliette Nelson is an industrial & organizational psychology practitioner, educator, entrepreneur, and published author who is passionate about empowering people to achieve the highest standards of their purpose. With a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, she leverages research and data to identify and implement solutions that foster a safe workplace for individuals working at all levels of their organizations.
She is the Founder and CEO of JUNURI, a company that equips students, professionals, and business owners, with the tools and resources to be successful in the different areas of their lives. Her publishing company, JUNURI Publishing, supports and empowers writers to share their voices and lens. In her book, Sharing My Lens: The College Experience, she shares some of the gems that prove to be valuable in achieving an engaging academic experience throughout college.
Juliette is also the CEO of NURILENS, a handcrafted wooden eyewear collection that seeks to combine style, performance, and sustainability by creating an experience that encourages self-expression, impact, and improved eye health.
Given her experiences, she is intentional about being an agent of motivation, inspiration, and encouragement to the world around her.
On today's episode we’re diving into “code-switching, what it is, why we do it and do we really need to do it anymore?