What is the BrainOps Group?
Two experts who educate busy professionals on stress reduction, productivity, and vitality.
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We help professionals and teams understand brain science and habits for less overwhelm through the implementation of simple actions for more productivity, adjustment, and vitality.
Dr. Mary Rensel
Mary Rensel, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Director of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis and Wellness at the Mellen Center of the Cleveland Clinic. She has graduated from the Medical College of Ohio and completed her
Neurology and Neuro-immunology fellowship training at the Cleveland Clinic. She is boarded in Neurology and Integrative Medicine and is a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology. Dr. Rensel’s work has focused on Adult and Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis, Brain health and Integrative Medicine. Her work in academic medicine often intersects with wellness, advocacy, innovation and strategic initiatives. She serves on the International Pediatric MS Study Group and is on the steering committee of the National Network of Pediatric MS Centers. She is a “Best Doctor” of Cleveland since 2010 per the Cleveland Magazine.
Ali Hively is the founder of Kijia, a company which empowers busy women to feel their best through building habits of nutrition, mindset and movement. She (Kijia) helps companies and individuals break through through their busy lives to manage stress, lose weight, gain energy and live their best life! Ali has created a signature lifestyle program to make positive change possible and long lasting.
Ali holds a Master’s Degree in education and curriculum. She has been in the health and fitness industry for over 15 years as a certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor and nutrition and wellness consultant, before starting her own company. Ali is the Director of Fitness for a tennis and racquet club where she teaches fitness classes, manages a team of instructors and runs wellness programs.