Nina Godiwalla is a recognized expert on leadership, diversity, and women in the business world. She is the bestselling author of Suits: A Woman on Wall Street, which The New York Times describes as The Devil Wears Prada of investment banking. The book is an insider's perspective on her experience at Morgan Stanley from an outsider's point of view—woman, second-generation Indian American and Texan. USA Today chose Suits as a top pick, and FORTUNE Magazine calls it a "must read."
Godiwalla is also the CEO of MindWorks, which provides leadership and stress management training to corporations and other professional organizations. In addition to running MindWorks, she is an industry leader for The Wall Street Journal Executive Task Force for Women in the Economy, leadership instructor for The University of Texas MBA Program, and writer for Wharton Magazine. Godiwalla has been a keynote speaker at a variety of venues including The White House, NASA, The World Affairs Council, Smithsonian, Harvard, and TEDxHouston Conference. Before becoming an internationally sought-after speaker, Godiwalla spent almost a decade working for Fortune 500 corporations. She is often featured in major media including USA Today, Forbes, CNN, ABC, FOX, and NBC. She has a M.B.A. from Wharton, a master's from Dartmouth and a B.B.A. from The University of Texas.