Flourishing Metrics brings together globally recognized researchers on human flourishing with industry experts in Human Resources. Our team is passionate about improving the world and the lives of all people through a scientific and holistic approach to well-being.
Tyler VanderWeele, PhD.
Tyler J. VanderWeele is the John L. Loeb and Frances Lehman Loeb Professor of Epidemiology in the Departments of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and Director of the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University. He holds degrees from the University of Oxford, University of Pennsylvania, and Harvard University in mathematics, philosophy, theology, finance, and biostatistics. His research spans psychiatric and social epidemiology; the science of happiness and flourishing; and the study of religion and health. He has published over three hundred papers in peer-reviewed journals, and is author of the books Explanation in Causal Inference (2015), Modern Epidemiology (2021), and Measuring Well-Being (2021).
Todd W. Hall, PhD.
Todd W. Hall is Professor of Psychology at Biola University, faculty affiliate in the Harvard Human Flourishing Program, and founding partner at Pruvio, Inc. Dr. Hall’s current research focuses on emerging adult spirituality, the measurement of spirituality and well-being, attachment-based leadership, and employee motivation. He has co-developed numerous commercial assessments, including The Motivation Code and the Flourish Assessment.
Matthew Wilson, PhD.
Matthew F. Wilson is Assistant Professor of philosophy at John Brown University. He is the former Associate Director of Harvard's Human Flourishing program and he currently serves as the program's Strategic Partnerships Coordinator. Dr. Wilson writes and lectures on topics in virtue ethics, character, and business ethics. He is interested especially in the virtue of taking ownership and is currently working on a monograph of that title. Dr. Wilson previously held positions in finance, marketing, and product management with Fortune 500 companies such as Volvo AB and Danaher Inc. He has an M.B.A. from Indiana University.
CEO, Executive Networks
Michael Dulworth is the CEO of Executive Networks. Prior to forming Executive Networks in 2007, Mike was the CEO of Executive Development Associates, Inc., Vice President of Learning Services at The Concours Group, Founder and CEO of Learning Technologies Group, Inc. He also worked for The Conference Board, Sirota & Alper Associates and the U.S. Congress. Mike is also a serial entrepreneur who has started, to varying degrees of success, eight companies (including Insync, NQuotient, Flerish, WiseGrowth Networks and Flourishing Metrics). Mike is the author of Corporate Learning: Proven and Practical Guidelines for Building a Sustainable Learning Strategy (Pfeiffer), Strategic Executive Development: The Five Essential Investments (Pfeiffer), The Connect Effect: Building Strong Personal, Professional and Virtual Networks (Berrett-Koehler) and Renovate to Riches: Buy, Improve and Flip Houses to Create Wealth (Wiley). Mike has a BA from the University of Michigan and a MPA, with a concentration in organizational behavior, from the University of Southern California.