About Rachel Kindt, Ph.D.
Scientific Leadership Coach & Speaker
I believe that scientists and other technically trained professionals can grow and thrive at any type of job…
with a little help.
Why do I believe this?
Because I did it myself, AND because I have mentored and coached many others to successfully grow their careers.
What I’m doing now:
I work 1x1 with individual clients or through their employers, using a combination of my deep business experience and integral coaching methods.
I partner with biotech companies to coach and advise their senior leaders and/or high potential scientists.
I write about scientific leadership, career growth and self-awareness. I am currently co-authoring a book of career advice for scientists.
Like you, I am a whole person, not just a working professional. Here are some of my other identities in the world:
I’ve been married 25 years and am a mother of two college aged-daughters. My family has taught - and is still teaching me! - patience and how to manage my own emotions.
Early mornings, you may find me out on the San Francisco Bay in a rowing scull or shell. I have been an avid Masters rower for 7 years. Rowing and competing have taught me strength and perseverance, and the deep benefits of teamwork.
Rachel embodies a lot of the qualities I aspire to - highly empathic, EQ, thoughtful/mindful, and present in the subtleties of the situation. This allowed her to open up a different viewpoint to my experiences and one that I could gradually bring on board, which was very helpful and felt like growth.
- Drew Titmarsh, Ph.D.
CEO, Dynomics Inc.
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