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About Us
  The Behavior Scientific Mission
Behavior Scientific was founded to provide organizations with information that meets the highest scientific standards of reliability and validity. It is committed to providing the best information that science can supply. Too often organizations receive second-rate information that is collected using pop psychology questionnaires and other unproven assessment tools. When faced with important decisions, organizations need information that is prepared using academically respected methods of data collection and analysis. Behavior Scientific’s mission is to supply such information. Behavior Scientific believes that in an uncertain world decision-makers need reliable information that provides an accurate picture of reality.
  Dr. M. Myra S. White, Esq. - CEO

Dr. Myra S. White, the CEO of Behavior Scientific, is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a professor in the ALM graduate management program at Harvard University in which she teaches teaches leadership and strategic talent management. She is an expert on human behavior assessment. Her research on the behavioral repertoires and cognitive strategies that superstars use to achieve exceptional success is the basis for BehaviorGrams™ and her popular book, Follow the Yellow Brick Road: A Harvard Psychologist's Guide to Becoming a Superstar.

Dr. White has over 15 years experience consulting to businesses including Fortune 500 corporations. While still a graduate student at Harvard, she founded with two partners a highly successful high-tech company. She also had a successful computer and statistical consulting practice prior to attending Harvard Law School and holds a patent on computer neural networks.

Dr. White is an international thought leader on issues relating to talent and performance and writes a monthly column at that is read throughout the world. She holds a Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard University, a J.D. from Harvard Law School, and an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Northwestern University. A former competitive athlete, she played on the Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey Team and a nationally ranked women’s rugby team and has won awards in track and swimming.

  David P. Snyder - Consulting Partner

David Snyder works with organizations in the implementation of employee assessment, development and selection models across a number of industries including finance, health care, manufacturing and biotechnology. He is an expert on the behavioral styles that people use to accomplish work and a national thought leader on hiring practices and knowledge worker retention. His book, How to Hire a Champion, outlines the character traits of high performing individuals and teaches corporations best practices for identifying, developing and retaining them.

David holds an ALM degree in psychology from Harvard University where he conducted research on brain waves and emotion at the Mind/Body Medical Institute at Harvard Medical School. His first book, How to Mind Read Your Customers, was listed among the best books of the year by Sales and Marketing Management Magazine in 2001 and has been translated into multiple languages.

  Nebuchadnezzar S. Alejandrino - COO

Nebuchadnezzar has extensive experience managing and strategically marketing domestic and international businesses. He has served as a consultant to US based foreign embassies, worked for the International Monetary Fund and is the founder and CEO of International Service Agency which represents foreign companies in the US. He completed a CEU in international relations at Georgetown University and has studied management at Harvard University.

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