FAMILY, EDUCATIONAL, AND CORPORATE SLEEP SPECIALIST
Dr. Whitney Roban is a Family, Educational, and Corporate Sleep Specialist, as well as the founder of Solve Our Sleep. She is also the author of the books Devin & Evan Sleep From 8-7 and Devin & Evan Play Fortnite ’Til 11, as well as Dr. Roban’s Solve Our Sleep School Healthy Sleep Curriculum. She is also the creator of a groundbreaking Healthy Sleep Professional Development Workshop for teachers, administrators, and school support staff.
Dr. Roban considers sleep a necessity, not a luxury. Her mission is to provide the education, solutions and support parents need to have well-rested families, students need to have academic success, working parents need to thrive both at home and at work, and corporations need to have healthy and well-rested employees. Dr. Roban’s unique and invaluable education, training, and experience as a clinical psychologist paved the way to her success as a leading expert in family, educational, and corporate sleep.
Dr. Roban is the author of the Devin & Evan book series, which uses common themes in children’s lives such as sports, academic success, and video gaming, to teach children why sleep is so important. She is also a sought-after presenter on healthy sleep to corporations and school districts around the country, and has created the first-ever School Healthy Sleep Curriculum, as well as a Healthy Sleep Professional Development Workshop. Dr. Roban serves on the sleep advisory board panel of the American Sleep Association, ConsumerAffairs, Sleepopolis, and Amerisleep, as well as the Chief Sleep Advisor to MommaWork. She is an international contributor to the Huffington Post Sleep & Wellness, as well as Thrive Global. She has worked with national organizations such as The New York Times, CNN, NBC News, MSN, Business Insider, Forbes, Rolling Stone Magazine, GQ, Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health, Newsday, Working Mother Magazine, Parents Magazine, Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, BravoTv, LinkedIn, Proctor & Gamble, The Broad Institute of Harvard & MIT, The Boston College Center for Work & Family, Bright Horizons, and The New York Baby Show.
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