Samuel L. Caraballo
Samuel L. Caraballo, MPH, MDiv. is a Puerto Rican educator who teaches biology and physics at Boston Public Schools. He is a graduate of UMass Boston, Boston University School of Public Health and Yale Divinity School. While at Yale, Samuel studied the nexus of science, theology and disability and he was awarded the The John A. Wade Prize for the greatest originality in expository preaching. He has served as a Ministry Fellow at the Forum for Theological Exploration. When not teaching science, he is working on educational initiatives to help young Christians develop a strong faith in a secular society. Samuel is married to Miriam and loves hanging out with his four children.