Sharon Lambert

Sharon Lambert is a professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at George Washington University. She completed her doctoral training in Clinical/Community psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with specializations in developmental psychology and quantitative methods.  Dr. Lambert’s research focuses on how youth and families experience and manage racial discrimination and …

Tawni Tidwell

Tawni Tidwell, Ph.D., T.M.D. is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Center for Healthy Minds, University of Wisconsin-Madison. As a biocultural anthropologist and Tibetan medical physician, her work investigates the individualized biological, sociocultural and environmental contexts that support practices and qualities of mind that lead to experiences of well-being across the life course. At Emory University, …

Grant Jones

Grant Jones (he/him) is a contemplative, musician, researcher, and activist. He is a co-founder of The Black Lotus Collective, a meditation community that centers the healing and liberation of individuals with historically marginalized identities (i.e. Black, Brown, Queer Folks, Folks with Disabilities). He is also a 3rd Year Clinical Psychology PhD candidate at Harvard University. …