Say hello to Jen Potter, an entrepreneur and neurodiversity advocate with a powerful story to tell. Living with ADHD herself, Jen understands the importance of embracing one’s unique abilities and has channeled her experiences into advocating for the neurodivergent community. 

Drawing from her personal journey, she has developed a range of productivity and organization strategies designed specifically for those with ADHD and other neurodivergent traits. Jen’s dedication to promoting diverse and inclusive workplaces makes her an invaluable voice in the growing conversation around neurodiversity.

Tune into our conversation as we talk about: 

  • Living authentically and following your true desires.
  • Making self-care and mental health a priority in your life.
  • Breaking free from societal norms and setting yourself on a path of personal growth.
  • Exploring the world of neurodiversity and its impact on productivity, organization, and workplace culture.


By Minessa

With over 20 years of experience, Minessa Konecky has worked with small startups and hospital systems and academic centers in managing a variety of Federal, private and industry awards. They are comfortable with the entire life cycle of awards and have worked with investigators to secure and extend their research funding. They see themselves as the facilitators of the research business enterprise, and approach all solutions from that lens. Their passion is helping people find joy and fulfillment in their work using a human-centric approach to efficiency and optimization. They host of the Stop Shoulding All Over Yourself Podcast, and hold the position of Research Administration Process Improvement and Training Director at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Minessa takes great pride in their desi heritage and being a member of the LGBTQIA+ community. They live in their seaside cottage on unceded and occupied lands of the Wampanoag and Pokanoket people in Plymouth, MA with 3 dogs and their partner, Alex.