Gabe Paoletti (pictured here with Dr. Martin Seligman, the father of positive psychology) received his Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Leadership. In addition to his work at Camden Catholic Gabe has been working for the University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology center. His work there includes teaching in the role of a Primary Instructor where he leads a team to provide a 5-10 day Positive Psychology program. Through the University of Pennsylvania Gabe works extensively with the U.S. Army Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program, which is a structured, long-term assessment and leadership development program to build resilience and enhance the performance of every Soldier, family member, and DA civilian. He also co-teaches a course in the Masters of Applied Positive Psychology program he attended. In his studies and work at the University of Pennsylvania Gabe has had the honor to study under and work with world-renowned experts in the field of resilience and positive psychology such as Marty Seligman, Karen Reivich Angela Duckworth, Barbara Fredrickson and the late Chris Peterson.