Juliet Chin Hart
CEO and Founder
Hart & Chin Associates, LLC
AWIS Professional Member since 2017
“AWIS has given me a space and community to engage like-minded professionals who have passion and desire for more in their lives.”
What’s the most important leadership lesson you’ve learned and how has it proven invaluable?
Without first acknowledging that I have limitations, I cannot grow and seek new opportunities. There have been so many valuable leadership lessons that I have learned specifically by throwing myself into a role. Whether I fully understand all of the challenges I am facing or not, I have to believe that I am capable of addressing what comes my way and that I have a strong team and support network to help me along the way.
What do you aspire to accomplish in your career and why?
I aspire to find ways to impart the vast amount of information and resources available around professional development to scientists to help them become successful in their career objectives. Starting my own business driven by the passion and belief that I can help move the bar in the development of leadership skills of scientists has been a huge endeavor and inspiring even for myself.
How has AWIS helped you professionally and/or personally?
AWIS has been a strong supporter of the professional development of women in the sciences and has given me a space and community to engage like-minded professionals who have passion and desire for more in their lives. I look forward to many years of participating and growing with this community.
Juliet C. Hart specializes in developing the leadership capabilities of scientists and their organizations. She is the founder of Hart & Chin, a company that offers workshops, coaching, and consulting services. Previously working as a scientist at Janssen, she has seen the impact of her work drive employee engagement, increase collaboration, and stimulate innovation across functions.Juliet established her expertise in learning and development through progressive roles within pharmaceutical giants such as J&J and Bristol-Myers Squibb. In addition, she has obtained management training from the Yale School of Management. She began her journey in drug discovery as a laboratory scientist at small to mid-sized biotech companies and at J&J in San Diego, California.
Juliet earned a Bachelor of Psychology from the City University of New York – Hunter College. There she conducted research in biopsychology as a National Institutes of Health Scholar Fellow, published papers, contributed to the National Academy of Sciences and presented at international conferences.