About Julie Anderson
Julie Anderson is also known as the “Brain Lady” Speaker
Julie Anderson is an in-demand international public speaker; wielding her expertise in brain science to bring solution-based training into organizations for business, communications, team building and leadership results such as increasing productivity, preventing conflicts, and improving organizational cultures.
An established brain authority in the media, Julie has been interviewed by ABC, FOX, UPN, and is a frequent expert guest on many radio networks. Julie has done extensive research in the areas of personality types, brain function and anatomy, brain health, and the brain personality connection. She has studied natural health, psychology, human resource development and psychoneuroimmunology. With more than 20 years of research, study, mentoring and sharing the stages with other gurus in the field of brain personality connection. With post-graduate studies in the field of depression, anxiety disorders and brain function, Julie has continued her learning to maintain her expertise in this field. She is also a professional interpreter for the deaf.
Julie Anderson brings more than 15 years of experience speaking, training and consulting with individuals and up to large corporate organizations utilizing Brain Personality Connection and uniquely blending science and psychology with humor and relatability in her keynote presentations and interactive workshops.
“Julie is definitely energetic and fun to listen to. Her expertise on the brain is incredible. She really knows how to engage you and to teach you.”
-Marie W, Meeting Coordinator
A prolific author, Julie has published several books with more on the way. Most notably her book, The Brain Storm Journal, for Journaling 101 Storms in Your Brain is renowned for being a fun and interactive brain friendly journal. Soon to be released Change Your Mind in 21 Days, Practices for Creating a Healthy and Happy Mindset and Life is a personal development mush have; and What Did You Say? A Practical Guide to Communications, Relationships and the Brain specifically applies to the improving communication in the corporate workplace.