Please join ChIPs Texas for a virtual discussion with Jennifer Zientz, MS, Deputy Director of Programs and Head of Clinical Services, Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas.
  • 4:30PM CT
  • Much thought and effort goes into how we expend our resources, whether they be financial, time, or physical; yet very little consideration goes into how we utilize our cognitive resources. COVID concerns and working-from-home challenges have only accelerated our rapid climate of information overload, constant distractions, and unpredictable change that lead to profound brain drain. A strategic shift in how we think is necessary. How can we optimize our mental energy? How can we better leverage our cognitive capital to be deeper, more innovative, agile thinkers? How we operate in our environment and drop the toxic habits can help us thrive and potentially protect against lost capacity.



    Jennifer Zientz’s work focuses on understanding and promoting healthy cognitive function, with an emphasis on high performance, across the lifespan.


    Over the past 20+ years, she has played an instrumental role in researching, developing and testing BrainHealth’s proprietary, science-backed brain health assessments and protocols to produce measurable improvements in brain fitness. The assessments form a holistic composite called the BrainHealth Index that is taken periodically to track change. The protocols, called Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Tactics (SMART™), are delivered as high-performance brain training.

    She leads a team of clinicians in training elite thinkers to help them reach beyond their perceived potential. She works with forward-thinking individuals and groups, including C-suite executives, executive leadership teams, active duty special ops and first responders.

    She received her BS in communication sciences and disorders from The University of Texas at Austin and her MS in speech-language pathology from The University of Texas at Dallas.