Christine Greenberg is the prep and primary principal of The Harbour School in Hong Kong. Before joining the THS faculty in 2009, she worked in schools as a teacher and educational consultant. She completed the rank of Master Teacher in accordance with the Comprehensive Application of Behavioral Analysis to Schooling® certification system and was awarded undergraduate degrees summa cum laude in English Literature and Elementary Education (K-8) from the College of Mount Saint Vincent in Riverdale, New York. Mrs Greenberg completed her graduate studies as a Doctor of Philosophy candidate in the field of Special Education where she was the recipient of the annual scholarship from the Department of Health and Behavior Studies in Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. In 2014, she co-authored a paper on inclusive practices in education in Hong Kong, ‘It Takes Two to Tango’, published in the Global Education Review. Her research and professional interests include progressively inclusive education.