Kerry J. Sulkowicz, MD serves as a trusted leadership advisor to some of the world’s most well-known and respected corporate executives and boards. He is the founder and managing principal of the Boswell Group LLC, a consultancy based in New York. Trained as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, he counsels CEOs and boards on a range of issues including evolving leadership challenges for CEOs, CEO transitions and succession planning, management and boardroom dynamics, corporate culture change, and assessments of senior teams.
Dr. Sulkowicz has written and spoken on a range of topics related to the psychology of business, and has been a regular columnist for BusinessWeek and Fast Company magazines, as well as a contributor to the Harvard Business Review. Since February 2020, he has served as the president elect of the American Psychoanalytic Association. He also serves on the board of the Lucy Daniels Foundation and the advisory council of Acumen.
Dr. Sulkowicz is a clinical professor of psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine, where he received the Distinguished Teacher Award. He holds an MD from the University of Texas and an AB from Harvard University.