Christina Bradley is a Yale Charles P. Howland Public Service Fellow from the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. She has a B.S. in Psychology from Yale University and has done work for many organizations related to emotional intelligence, mindfulness, and wellbeing - including the Psychology, Emotion, and Research Laboratory in Florence, Italy. She also held a creative role with Google’s Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute, where she helped in creating new curricula for mindfulness education.
Christina is one of the original authors of the Four Pillars of Wellbeing Curriculum and has been a leading author on a number of scientific publications related to contentment, emotional intelligence, and human wellbeing. Christina is passionate about helping people realize their true potential and choose how they would like to feel in life. She is inspired to support people in increasing their wellbeing, finding contentment, and cultivating a kind and compassionate world.