Jennifer A. Waltman
Psy.D., MBA, LP

Dr. Jennifer A. Waltman, Psy.D., MBA, LP, brings a wealth of expertise to her role as a founding partner at WorkWell Collective and NeuroCALM, PLLC. With a career spanning over two decades, as an Indigenous female Psychologist and Managing Partner, Dr. Waltman has dedicated herself to workplace well-being and leadership development.

Previously serving as the Chief Well-Being Officer at the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center, Dr. Waltman honed her skills in fostering mental health and resilience within diverse workplace communities. She also shares her knowledge as adjunct faculty at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, teaching in the Trauma-Informed Advocacy in Legal Systems Certificate program.

Dr. Waltman’s professional journey boasts a rich tapestry of experiences. Before transitioning to behavioral health, she held leadership roles in both the financial and non-profit sectors, including serving as the Chief Operating Officer of a $3 billion financial company and as the Executive Director of a children’s non-profit organization in Phoenix, Arizona. Her commitment to Indigenous leadership is evident in her tenure as the Commissioner of Community Development for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, where she was mentored in Traditional Indigenous Female Leadership by Chief Executive Marge Anderson.

As a 2014 Archibald Bush Foundation Fellow, Dr. Waltman deepened her understanding of healing and wellness through both neurobiological and traditional approaches, studying at the Institute for Applied Neuroscience in North Carolina and training with Elders and Lakota Spiritual Leaders.

Dr. Waltman’s extensive clinical experience spans various settings, including the Native American Community Clinic (NACC), Shakopee Mdewakaton Sioux Community Mental Health, Indian Health Board, Mino-Bimaadiziwin Wellness Clinic of the Red Lake Nation, Clinic for Attention, Learning, & Memory (CALM), Hennepin County NorthPoint Health & Wellness, and the Meadows Trauma & Addiction Treatment Center. Leveraging her research with Native American women and neuropsychological assessment, she has specialized in Collaborative Therapeutic Neurocognitive Assessment (CTNA), providing individual and group services to enhance executive functioning and stress management. Currently, Dr. Waltman is focused on supporting professionals and leaders with professional and career assessments.

Passionate about leadership development, Dr. Waltman offers coaching and consulting services to business and non-profit leaders. She is dedicated to improving organizational wellness and serves on the board of directors of Youthprise, Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, and the Minnesota Trauma Project.

Outside of her professional pursuits, Dr. Waltman finds joy in exploring the underwater world through scuba diving and shares her love for Minnesota sports, lakes, and music. She is an active member of several professional associations, including the Minnesota Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association. Dr. Waltman’s multifaceted expertise, combined with her dedication to community well-being and leadership, makes her a valued asset to Collective and the broader workplace community.


  • Minnesota Psychological Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback
  • International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation
  • National Wellness Institute
  • American Indian Science and Engineering Society

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