About

About

Sucheta began her career training social-communication and neuro-cognitive skills in a hospital-based rehabilitation setting before moving into a private practice that provides individual training, educational consulting, and professional development. She is the founder and CEO of Cerebral Matters, a company that helps individuals strengthen executive functions, self-management, and self-directed leadership through individual cognitive retraining, intensive and immersive programs, and professional development for the past 16 years. Executive Function is your capacity to do what you want to get done proficiently, promptly, intentionally, and flexibly. This empowers people to freely direct their thoughts and actions to conceptualize short-term and long-term goals, make plans, activate self-motivation, solve problems, and manage future goals.  

Sucheta’s work is inspired by ideas and innovation in neuroscience, cognitive retraining, neuropsychology, social psychology, and human communication. Her work is rooted in the notion that all brains can learn to self-optimize, particularly those who are often labeled as “capable underachievers”.

Sucheta earned her B.A. and her Masters in Linguistics from University of Bombay. She also has an M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from University of Ohio. Finally, she is Board Certified in Neurogenic Communications Disorders. Sucheta is a recipient of the “Stephanie Macaluso Expertise in Clinical Practice Award” and the “Partners in Excellence Award” for leadership and innovation. She recently received a “Professional Achievement Award” for outstanding professional achievement in speech-language pathology field. Sucheta was an invited TEDx Peachtree speaker in 2013. As a graduate of the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2015, Sucheta is involved in many socially inspired initiatives in the Metro Atlanta area. Finally, Sucheta serves on many non-profit boards including the Georgia Speech-Language and Hearing Association (GSHA), the International Dyslexia Association of Georgia (IDA-GA), and the Brain Aneurysm Foundation.

Sucheta’s latest adventure has been the founding of a new software company, ExQ™, that will bring her innovative cognitive tools to the web. This project centers around the development of a web-based brain training application designed to help learners master executive function skills by optimizing their focus, organizing their time, prioritizing their actions, remembering to remember, and becoming self-directed.