Dr. Jon Freeman

Dr. Jon Freeman is a Clinical Psychologist, Neuroscience Researcher and board-and-card game enthusiast.

Prior to starting The Brooklyn Strategist, he developed and ran a state-of-the-art, Neuroscience Research facility in a Manhattan-based, Clinical Research Organization. In his capacity as Director of Neuroscience Research, Dr. Freeman oversaw the growth and development of the CNS research practice and is recognized in the field of Quantitative EEG (QEEG) research as a key opinion leader (Dr. Freeman was invited to present to the FDA regarding the development of a QEEG database).

As Director of Neuroscience Research, Dr. Freeman was responsible managing over 40 employees and responsible for overseeing scientific and ethical conduct of the early- through late-phase, clinical trial research. Additionally, Jon served on the clinical faculty of the Sleep Disorders Institute and oversaw supervision and teaching of Sleep Medicine Fellows. As a CNS consultant, Dr. Freeman founded Brooklyn Strategic Consulting, LLC and has advised several of the largest and medium sized pharmaceutical companies regarding study development and data analyses.

Jon brings to the Brooklyn Strategist a unique blend of life-long passion for board/card/strategy games and a love of teaching. During his years in CNS industry clinical research, Jon was continually recognized for his warmth and avuncular style, leadership qualities, attention to detail and ability to find novel solutions for complex problems. During his years of private psychotherapy practice, Jon worked with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples and, from it, gained an understanding of the importance of social space within a given community. For Jon, the Brooklyn Strategist represents the ultimate combination of a life-long passion for strategy games, promoting social responsibility and interaction within his community.

Dr. Freeman's top 5 games (as of today) are (in no particular order): Strat-O-Matic Baseball and Football, Puerto Rico, Go, Scrabble and Railways of the World.