Dr. Iris Feinberg is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Georgia State University's Educational Psychology Program in the College of Education and Human Development and in the School of Public Health. She is the the Assistant Director of the Adult Literacy Research Center at Georgia State University. In addition to being funded as a researcher for the OECD-sponsored Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competency (PIAAC), Dr. Feinberg has led three university-funded grants and one externally funded grant in how different adult literacy skills impact health outcomes. Combined with her 25-year professional and philanthropic background, Dr. Feinberg has the necessary insight and leadership skills in understanding how organizations work, what strategic goals are achievable, and how multi-disciplinary collaborations can transform lives and societies.
Lecturer, Health Literacy, Georgia State University
Postdoctoral research associate, Georgia State University
Assistant Director of the Adult Literacy Research Center, Georgia State University
Graduate Research Assistant, Center for the Study of Adult Literacy, Georgia State University