Meg (Rao) Warren is Assistant Professor of Management at Western Washington University. She is the Past-President of the Work & Organizations Division of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), and Co-Founder and Associate Director of the Western Positive Psychology Association (WPPA). Her research interests are in diversity and inclusion, empowering co-worker relationships, and other-oriented virtues. She is the lead editor of two books, Scientific Advances in Positive Psychology and Toward a Positive Psychology of Relationships: New Directions in Theory and Research, with Dr. Stewart Donaldson. Meg holds an MA in Adult Education and Organizational Development from Alverno College, WI, MBA in Human Resource Management from the ICFAI University, India, and is earning her Ph.D. in Positive Organizational Psychology from Claremont Graduate University, CA.
Scott Donaldson is currently a doctoral candidate in Evaluation and Applied Research Methods at Claremont Graduate University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from UCLA and a Master of Science in Organizational Psychology from USC. His research interests include positive approaches to evaluation, the professionalization of evaluation, and positive organizational psychology.
Lunthita Duthely, Ed.D., is a Research Assistant Professor of Women’s Health at the University of Miami (UM). She is a certified yoga instructor and teaches weekly at the UM Medical Wellness center.
Zeynab Bahrami, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Education and Psychology at University of Tehran. She earned her Ph.D. at University of New South Wales in positive psychology. Her research interests include application of positive psychology principles in organizations to promote high functioning.
Marieta du Plessis, Ph.D., is a faculty member within the Department of Industrial/ Organisational Psychology at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. Her research focus includes forms of positive leadership; and conventions and practices that create positive organisational cultures. She holds a PhD in Industrial Psychology.
Jolanta Burke, Ph.D., is a senior lecturer, and co-leader of the Masters in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology programme at the University of East London.
Dr. Noémie Le Pertel, DACM, MS, MPH, MAPP is a licensed provider of acupuncture and Chinese medicine at Columbia University’s Medical Center, where she treats providers and researchers while educating them on evidence-informed approaches to promoting resilience and preventing burnout.
Donna Allen, Ph.D., CHES, FAWHP has an unquenchable thirst for building a bridge between positive psychology and the field of wellness. She has presented and published nationally and internationally on positive psychology in health promotion and wellness.
Sarah Lewis, is a chartered organizational psychologist and one of the principal positive psychology and appreciative inquiry practitioners in the UK. She is an award holder for Outstanding Contributions to Positive Work Practices 2017.
Joo Young Lee is a doctoral student in Positive Organizational Psychology at Claremont Graduate University. Her research interests include meaningful work, coaching, and positive adult development through positive psychological interventions.
Julia Coffey Santella (“Jules”) brings several years of editorial experience for practice-oriented newsletters and publications. Jules has worked in multiple capacities on publishing educational resources used in the classroom.