Dr. Teri Baydar is Senior Producer and Co-Host of Paradise Reclaimed.


She is a Leadership Consultant and Coach. She educates and coaches executives and high performance individuals to find, understand and develop their core character strengths and leadership style. 

Her clients learn how to become more calm under stress, self aware, confident, authentic, impactful, powerful, and emotionally intelligent. Their ability to engage and lead others increases exponentially due to their ability to manage, and inspire new behaviors in their teams that foster employee engagement, high performance, innovation, and creative solutions.  
She has supported and guided her clients through IPO’s, startup, fast organic growth
scaling, company sell off, mergers, as well as cultural and strategic pivots.
Dr. Teri has worked with senior and emerging leaders at the Boston Consulting Group, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Harvard, IFF, GE, Global Partners LP, Housing Partnership Network, Rapid7, Topos Labs. Enterome Bioscience, Pfizer, the SEC and more.
She has 15+ years experience in behavior research and leadership development. She was international co-ordinator for PwC Paris office business development team serving 120+ partners.  She teaches meditation and occasionally walks on fire.


Achmad Chadran is Paradise Reclaimed's Associate Producer and Co-Host.

Achmad has more than 17 years of experience as a marketing professional who delights in engaging with all kinds of stakeholders – customers, partners, sales makers, product owners, and others – to uncover strategic insights. Through this practice, Achmad helps bond disparate communities and nurture trust among them. He has worked for companies ranging from early-stage startups to Fortune 100 enterprises including Dell and Siemens.


A writer, doting father, sustainability zealot, and lifelong ichthyophile, Achmad also serves on the Board of Directors of Jhamtse International, which promotes the groundbreaking educational model conceived by Gen La Lobsang Phuntsok. He also chairs his town’s Community Preservation Committee, and serves on the local not-for-profit Harvard Schools Trust, in his town of Harvard, Massachusetts.