Integral and Transpersonal Psychology
MPP, University of Maryland
BA, University of Maryland
Samantha Greenberg is a researcher and social justice advocate with a special interest in racial equity, human sexuality and social power dynamics. Samantha has demonstrated success in building the research, monitoring, and evaluation capacity of non-profit organizations in the Washington D.C. area. Notable projects include collaboration with the American Psychological Association on a parent engagement resource kit for improving teen sexual health and comprehensive evaluation of a collective impact project with the D.C. Promise Neighborhood Initiative. Samantha is dedicated to bringing the values of transpersonal psychology - awareness, spiritual growth, and openness to a diversity of perspectives - to her work in research and organizational development. Her research interests include sexuality and relationships, personality structure, race and power dynamics, and spiritual paths to individual, interpersonal and collective healing. In her spare time, Samantha likes reading, dancing and rock climbing.