Jason Marsh

Greater Good, USA

Jason Marsh is the editor in chief of Greater Good, the online magazine produced by UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center, where he is also the director of programs. In his 15 years as Greater Good's editor in chief, Marsh has written widely on the science of happiness, mindfulness, gratitude, and more; he has also edited two anthologies of Greater Good articles, The Compassionate Instinct and Are We Born Racist?, and served as executive producer of both The Science of Gratitude, the GGSC’s award-winning public radio special, and its popular podcast, The Science of Happiness. In addition to his work for Greater Good, Marsh has written for the Wall Street Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the opinion section of CNN.com, among other outlets. Prior to joining the GGSC, he was a reporter and producer at KQED Public Radio in San Francisco, a documentary film producer, a kindergarten teacher, and the managing editor of the political journal The Responsive Community.