Eric Hartman has dedicated his career to improving the ways in which educational institutions contribute to just, inclusive, and sustainable communities. He serves as Executive Director of the Haverford College Center for Peace and Global Citizenship. One of his recent peer-reviewed publications is Coloniality-Decoloniality and Critical Global Citizenship: Identity, Belonging, and Education Abroad in Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad. Hartman is lead author of Community-Based Global Learning: The Theory and Practice of Ethical Engagement at Home and Abroad (2018) and has written for several peer reviewed and popular publications including The Stanford Social Innovation Review, International Educator, Tourism and Hospitality Research, and The Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning. Eric served as executive director of a community-driven global nonprofit organization, Amizade, and taught human rights, transdisciplinary research methods, and globalization in global studies programs at a number of institutions before arriving at Haverford College. With a PhD in International Development from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Eric has worked in cross-cultural development practice and education in Bolivia, Ecuador, Ghana, Jamaica, Northern Ireland, Tanzania, and throughout the United States. He co-founded both The Community-based Global Learning Collaborative and the global engagement survey (GES), initiatives that advance ethical, critical, aspirationally decolonial community-based global learning.