DR. LOUBNA ERRAJI'S BIO
Dr. Erraji is a neuroscientist, adjunct Professor, author, motivational speaker, and an ICF-certified Executive Coach with 20+ years of global & extensive experience encompassing research, teaching, consulting, advising, and coaching executives.
Based out of New York City / New Jersey and frequently traveling abroad, her work has spanned the globe across the USA, Europe, and Africa. Her clients are leaders at Fortune 500 companies in healthcare, banking, technology, and more, working for the likes of Merck, BMS, AbbVie, UBS, Prudential, IBM, Deloitte, to name a few.
Dr. Erraji offers that missing ingredient that executives need to keep advancing their career, operating at full potential and empowering their teams.
She earned a Ph.D. at René Descartes University, Paris, France, in Pharmacology, an MBA in Pharmaceutical Management and Marketing at Rutgers University, Newark, and did her post-doctorate training in Neuroscience and Genomics at Columbia University, NY.
Being a career switcher and an ambitious professional herself, Loubna is known to work best with other ambitious and high-achieving professionals who are committed to their success no matter what and want to take their next steps with confidence.
HOW I GOT UNSTUCK AND FOUND MY WAY TO FULFILLMENT
I switched careers many times and juggled work and family responsibilities for two decades. I felt exhausted, drained, short of patience, confused, and resistant to ask for help. I thought that if I did, this would mean that I had failed as a mother and as a working professional.
I kept pushing myself to be a “superwoman” who had to always figure things out by herself and thought that things would somehow get resolved on their own. From the outside, everything looked perfect.
Nobody knew how much I was suffering inside. Nobody knew how misaligned I felt.
In the search of worthiness, I kept accumulating degrees and telling myself that I had to be grateful for everything. I resented my jobs. My personal life went down the drain. I had no control over my emotions. And I still thought I had to keep “fighting”.
I had no idea how to soul search and align better with my values. I had no idea about my purpose in life.
I had no guidance and no clarity. I was searching for fulfillment in the wrong places.