Greg M. Epstein serves as the Humanist Chaplain at Harvard and MIT, and is the author of the New York Times Bestselling book, Good Without God: What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe.

A prominent leader for nearly two decades in national efforts to build a positive, inclusive and inspiring humanist community to serve the growing population of atheists, agnostics, and nonreligious people, he has been described as a “godfather to the [humanist] movement” by The New York Times Magazine in recognition of his efforts. Epstein was also named “one of the top faith and moral leaders in the United States” by Faithful Internet, a project coordinated by the United Church of Christ with assistance from the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society.

Greg currently serves as the Humanist Chaplain at Harvard University, a position he has held since 2005. In 2018, he also joined the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Office of Religious, Spiritual, and Ethical Life as Humanist Chaplain at MIT and “Convener” for Ethical Life. He also serves as a columnist at TechCrunch, exploring the ethics of technology.