Dr. Martha Louise Lang, PhD, is a holistic philosopher who focuses on ethics, environmental philosophy, social justice, philosophy of science, and well-being. She earned her PhD at Florida State University in 2017. Martha applies philosophy to various projects and consulting endeavors, including co-founding the Seminole Organic Food Garden at FSU. Martha is a former Leon County Soil and Water Conservation Supervisor and has served on the board of ReThink Energy Florida, as well as the Grievance Board of the FL Bar Association. Currently, Martha works as a Grants Specialist at FDACS, where she helps to manage the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. She is also an Adjunct Instructor of Philosophy at FSU in Tallahassee. Further, Martha is working on an initiative called Philosophy & Zen, which features educational and holistic consulting services to promote well-being for individuals and groups. Martha also practices and teaches meditation and loves to hike, kayak, garden, do yoga, cook healthy vegan foods, and fight for justice-oriented public policy reforms.