JonRobert is a behavioral scientist whose expertise encompasses the domains of human cognition, decision-making, and behavior. He became the youngest consultant at Cook Ross at the age of 25, and has independently delivered keynotes, trainings, assessments, and strategy sessions with some of their most prestigious clients. JonRobert has worked to help leaders of community non-profits through Fortune 500 organizations understand the psycho-social underpinnings of unconscious bias as well as how to mitigate such biases personally and systemically. He and the Founder of Cook Ross, Howard Ross, are currently co-authoring a book on the neuropsychology of human connection.
In 2015, based on the work he’s performed at Cook Ross – advocating on behalf of women, racial minorities, and other traditionally marginalized groups through unconscious bias awareness – he was selected by the British Embassy to represent the United States during its Women of the Future Conference. The conference is an international gathering of leaders from over 100 countries who’ve worked to forward women’s equality and success. JonRobert was one of only two individuals selected to represent the United States, and one of only a select few non-female representatives chosen globally.
JonRobert holds a Master’s (MSc) with Distinction (4.0 GPA) in Social Cognition from University College London, and a second master’s (focusing on Behavioral Economics and Political Psychology) from The University of Chicago.