Daniel Greenberg, Ph.D., has studied and directed community-based educational programs for more than 20 years.
He is founder and executive director of Living Routes, which partners with the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, to develop accredited ecovillage-based education programs that promote sustainability.
Following a B.A. from Cornell University, he completed a doctorate at the University of Minnesota and wrote his thesis on children and education in community, and later spent a year at the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland working with children and families there.
He lives at the Sirius Community in western Massachusetts with his wife, Monique, and their two daughters, Simone and Pema.