Luba Falk Feigenberg
Luba Falk Feigenberg, Ed.D., is a researcher, psychologist, and educator. Her career has been driven by a passion for supporting children’s social and emotional development. She has held direct service, program management, and leadership positions in a variety of settings including early childhood education, after school programming, juvenile justice, and community mental health.
At the core of Luba’s work is a belief that data can and should be meaningful. She works with nonprofits, schools, and districts to build systems to incorporate data into decision-making processes, to inform quality improvement efforts, and to assess impact. She has tackled these issues across her career, spanning the academic, social service, and nonprofit sectors.
Luba teaches courses in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Studies and Human Development at Tufts University and in the Department of School Psychology at William James College. She is also Guest Faculty in program evaluation at the Institute for Nonprofit Practice. Additionally, she facilitates workshops and trainings for parents, educators, and other providers on topics related to child development and mental health.
Luba holds a BA from Haverford College and earned her master’s and doctoral degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She lives with her family in Cambridge, MA where she loves to run along the Charles River.