Jennifer Verdolin Ph.D.

Dr. Jennifer Verdolin is a passionate animal behavior scientist, author, speaker, and conservationist. She has a Ph.D. in Ecology and Evolution from Stony Brook University and completed her post-doctoral training at Duke University, where she is currently an Adjunct Professor. Using her expertise, she shows you how to look at your relationships and career through the lens of other animal species and brings you insights that lead to happier communication and success in your life.

Her writing and research on animal and human behavior have appeared in The Washington Post, Slate, and National Geographic among other places. She has been a guest on NPR’s The State of Things, the Ralph Nadar Radio Hour, and was a featured radio personality on the D.L. Hughley Show for several years. She is the author of two books, Wild Connection: What animal courtship and mating tell us about human relationships (Promethius, 2014) and Raised by Animals: The suprising new science of animal family dynamics (The Experiement, 2017). For more visit her website or connect with Jennifer on Twitter @RealDrJen Instagram @RealDrJen and on her Facebook page Wild Connection 

Author of

Wild Connections

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