Emma Seppälä, Ph.D completed her doctorate research in Psychology at Stanford University and is Science Director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University School of Medicine. She has conducted research on meditation for well-being and yoga for trauma and is also a science journalist with Psychology Today, Scientific American Mind, and the Huffington Post. Her research has been cited in many news outlets including ABC, The New York Times as well as Congressman Tim Ryan’s book Mindful Nation and the documentary film Free the Mind. Emma is passionate about helping others find fulfillment which is how she got the idea for Fulfillment Daily! For more on Emma, see here.
Dhruv Nandamudi is currently finishing his B.S. in Psychology from Yale University, with an emphasis in neuroscience. He also contributes as a research associate at Yale’s Clinical and Affective Neuroscience Lab, examining the neural mechanisms of treatment response in patients with binge-eating disorder. He hopes to pursue a career as a practicing clinical psychologist.
Emily Stark is a student at Yale University working towards a degree in Public Health. She competed on the university’s Track and Field team and is currently training for a marathon. She feels most at home when she’s on the trails, in the kitchen, or in the library.