Pooja Mottl is an Author and Collaborator at the Markman Lab within the Department of Psychology at Stanford University. Her research interests are based in Developmental and Social Psychology theory and include Mindsets, Belief Systems, Gender Gaps, Leadership, Motivation, Stereotype Formation and Achievement.
She is the author of The 3-Day Reset (2014), a self-help book on transitioning from processed to healthy, whole foods. Mottl gained a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan and an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics, beginning her career as an Investment Banker at some of the world’s largest and most profitable multi-national investment banks and as an economic analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
She is also a graduate of the professional Chef Training Program at the Natural Gourmet Institute (NGI) and earned a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University.
She has appeared on Good Morning America, WGN-TV, Martha Stewart Radio, WomensHealthMag.com, Glamour.com, Style.com, The Better Show, Good Day Austin, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Serendipity Magazine, HuffPost Live, Time.com, WomensDay.com, and other media outlets.
Currently working on a Children’s book to motivate young children, especially girls, to run for elected office and become more civically engaged in all levels of government.