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Dr. Gabriella Rosen Kellerman

Chief Product Officer

Gabriella began her career in psychiatry and fMRI research and has worked on global mental health policy and interventions for the World Health Organization. She is the founding CEO of the healthcare technology company LifeLink, former Director of Health and Quality Products at Castlight Health, and a serial executive at, and advisor to, healthcare, coaching, and behavior change technology companies. As a thought leader, Gabriella is published widely for both popular and technical audiences in The Atlantic, Scientific American Mind, JAMA, and the Harvard Business Review. She has been profiled in Inc Magazine, and her work has been featured on CNBC, Entrepreneur, and Forbes.

Gabriella is an MD with honors from Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and a BA summa cum laude from Harvard University. She completed her internship in psychiatry at UCSD and holds a California physician's license. Gabriella was awarded Harvard's Captain Jonathan Fay Prize; Hoopes Prize; Rothschild Prize; and Joseph Garrison Parker Prizes for her research. She received both the Eben-Fiske Harvard-Cambridge Fellowship and Frank Knox Memorial Fellowships for post-graduate studies. At Mount Sinai, Gabriella was honored with a Tylenol scholarship and the Gold Humanism award.

Latest posts by Dr. Gabriella Rosen Kellerman
13 min read | November 18, 2022

What is the ROI of coaching and how is it measured?

Here is how BetterUp measures the ROI of coaching in a way that ties KPIs to outcomes and organizational impact. Read More
Employee Experience
5 min read | March 12, 2020

Leading From a Distance: Ideas for Supporting Your Remote Workforce in Times of Change

As we all look to navigate the current public health landscape as thoughtfully and effectively as possible, Dr. Gabriella Kellerman, BetterUp’s Chief Innovation Officer,... Read More
Employee Experience
5 min read | September 2, 2019

The path to individual transformation in the workplace: part two

The opportunity to practice new complex skills in today’s workplace is essential to employee growth. But many learning and development programs stop short of offering... Read More
Employee Experience
10 min read | September 2, 2019

Ramps, not switches: A new vision for parental leave and retirement

The prevailing policy-based definition of major work-life transitions suggests that they happen all at once. One day you’re on the team — in meetings, answering emails,... Read More
Employee Experience
5 min read | September 2, 2019

The path to individual transformation in the workplace: part one

American corporations today spend an estimated $160B annually on learning and development initiatives aimed at transforming their organizations. Yet research shows that... Read More
Professional Development
11 min read | September 2, 2019

How to make decisions like a multi-billion dollar corporation

Our teams make decisions all day long — sometimes as individuals, sometimes as small groups, sometimes as a unit. These decisions range from the truly mundane — what to order... Read More
8 min read | September 2, 2019

Healthier, wealthier, not yet wise

In 1974, economist Richard Easterlin introduced the notion, since refined and elaborated, that happiness does not correlate neatly with wealth. Read More
Employee Experience
5 min read | September 2, 2019

The path to individual transformation in the workplace: part three

According to John Dewey, “We do not learn from experience, we learn from reflecting on experience.” Self-reflection is a part of Being, the third stage of individual growth... Read More