As we prepare Berkeley Lab for future generations, we must invest in our cultural infrastructure as much as our physical one. 

Your voice is critical - all employees are invited to give feedback in the LBNL Culture Survey. The more feedback we receive, the more nuanced and detailed a picture we will have of the Lab’s current state. Most importantly, we will all be equipped with targeted, data-driven insights we need to strengthen bright spots and address gaps in our employee culture.

Adi Greif, Culture Data Scientist

Learning & Culture Office, Berkeley Lab

Adi is a mixed-methods social scientist and an expert in survey design and causal inference (experimental and quasi-experimental methods). She has a PhD in political science from Yale University and a Bachelor's degree in political science from Stanford University.


Ask questions or give feedback on the 2024 Lab Culture Survey at Office Hours with Adi Greif, Culture Data Scientist

Friday, March 22: 12:30pm-1pm

Join Zoom Meeting:

Wednesday, March 27: 10:30 am - 11 am

Aditi Chakravarty, Chief Culture Officer

Learning & Culture Office, Berkeley Lab

Aditi is a social scientist who has served as a culture and DEI researcher and consultant to a wide range of institutions for over a decade. She has her master’s in organizational psychology from Harvard University, and served as an Organizational Behavior researcher at the Harvard Business School and Harvard Learning Innovations Laboratory.

Oliver Hauser, Researcher

University of Exeter

Oliver Hauser is a Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and interim Co-Director of the Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Exeter Business School and Faculty Affiliate at Harvard University's Sustainability, Transparency and Accountability Research Initiative. He conducts research on inequality and cooperation in three main domains: organisations, society and the environment.