MARSH, JASON is the founding editor-in-chief of Greater Good, the online magazine published by University of California, Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center. Greater Good reports on ground-breaking research into the roots of compassion, happiness, and altruism, making the science practical and accessible to the public. Marsh has a hand in the development and production of all Greater Good content, from writing blog posts to editing essays to producing videos and podcasts. He is also a co-editor of two anthologies of Greater Good articles, “The Compassionate Instinct” (WW Norton & Co.) and “Are We Born Racist?” (Beacon Press). Previously, he has worked as a reporter and producer at KQED Public Radio in San Francisco, a documentary producer, a kindergarten teacher, and as the managing editor of the political journal The Responsive Community in Washington, DC. A graduate of Brown University and the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Marsh lives in Berkeley with his wife and daughter.
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