Rajkumari Neogy is an epigenetic coach and executive consultant focused on the intersection of neurobiology, culture, and empathy in today’s business world. Possessing a rare blend of scientific prowess and emotion, Neogy believes that passionate self-reflection coupled with dedicated curiosity define true leadership. Specializing in the technology sector, Neogy has worked with high-powered, worldwide organizations for more than two decades, training leaders at Google, Facebook, Adobe, Indeed, Slack, Salesforce and numerous others. Neogy’s approach to effective management combines the discovery of deep-rooted transgenerational trauma with best practices for dismantling toxic work cultures.
Weaving humour and vulnerability into psychology to tell powerful stories about the basic human need to belong, Neogy helps individual leaders and organizations identify critical interpersonal issues in the workplace, increasing the effectiveness, emotional intelligence, and sustained performance among teams. In 2013, Neogy founded iRestart, a company providing resources for leadership development and organizational epigenetics to address issues of team dysfunction and exclusion. Through iRestart, Neogy created the Biology of Belonging Boot Camp framework that employs six powerful methodologies to swiftly facilitate sustainable, permanent change within organizations. Previously, Neogy held positions in training and development at several technology companies, including Adobe and Facebook.
She frequently presents on epigenetics and the biology of belonging at worldwide conferences, including Culturati, Responsive Conference and Culture Summit. She holds a bachelor’s degree in film from San Jose State University, a master’s degree in Transformative Leadership Development from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and is the author of “The WIT Factor: Shifting the Workplace Paradigm by Becoming Your Optimal Self.” Based in San Francisco, Neogy is an aspiring bread baker who enjoys cooking, venturing to three-star Michelin restaurants, and attending the opera and symphony.