About the author

Luis A. Marrero, MA, RODP
, LLP  is CEO of the Boston Institute for Meaningful Purpose (www.bostonimp.com), based in Westfield. Massachusetts. Marrero has worked for Fortune 100 companies in three continents as a Logoteleologist, Human Resource practitioner, Organization Development Consultant, lecturer, executive coach and facilitator. He is the pioneer of logoteleology or meaningful purpose psychology, as well as Second Wave Organization Development (OD 2.0). He speaks and consults in fluent English and Spanish. During his professional career Marrero worked for YSC Business Psychologists, the Walt Disney Company (Walt Disney World), LEXIS-NEXIS, and CHRISTUS Health, among other.

Marrero is writing an anthology on Meaningful Purpose Psychology. His first book is “The Path to a Meaningful Purpose: Psychological Foundations of Logoteleology (2013). He plans to publish his second book by 2017, “Revealing the Path to a Meaningful Purpose: Why Humans Thirst for Answers in a Sea of Solutions“. Shortly thereafter, Marrero will publish his third book, “Meaningful Purpose Leadership“. He is a prolific writer and lecturer on Meaningful Purpose Psychology. He helps individuals and organizations find practical ways to build lasting well-being and prosperity through meaningful methods.

Marrero is a member of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), the International Network for Personal Meaning (INPM), and the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy. In IPPA, Marrero is  a co-founder and member of the Work & Organization Division (W&OD). He is Lead Chair of the W&OD’s Membership and Partnership Team. Marrero is also Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of INPM, based in Toronto, Canada, and co-founder of the INPM Meaningful Work Division; as well as Editor of the INPM Member Newsletter.

You can reach Luis Marrero by writing him at Luis@bostonimp.com


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