James Pawelski is the Director of Education and a Senior Scholar at the Positive Psychology Center, and Adjunct Associate Professor of Religious Studies in the School of Arts and Sciences, at Pennsylvania University.
Pawelski is the founding director of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology program, at the University of Pennsylvania, where he teaches courses on positive interventions and human flourishing.
He is also the founding Executive Director of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) and a charter member of its Board of Directors.
James is a highly coveted international keynote speaker and workshop leader, who regularly gives presentations in both Spanish and English.
Having earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy, he turned his eye to writing, and is the author of The Dynamic Individualism of William James, in which he presents an important new interpretation of the work of this seminal philosopher and psychologist.