Joe Feinberg serves as an Associate Professor at Georgia State University (GSU). Prior to joining the faculty at GSU, he taught high school geography, U.S. history, and economics at Campbell High School in Smyrna where he developed a passion for simulation games and experiential learning. As an active member of NCSS for the last 17 years, he was recently elected to the NCSS Board of Directors. He has served as a member, leader, and/or representative with the NCSS House of Delegates, the NCSS Awards Committee, the NCSS annual conference program planning committee, the NCSS Research Community, and the NCSS Publications Committee. Joe also actively works with Georgia educators in his role as Associate Director with the GSU Center for Business and Economic Education.
As a teacher, Joe received the Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award from Campbell High School, which recognizes excellence in humanitarian service to the school and community. He also received the Gwen Hutcheson Outstanding Educator Award through Georgia Council for the Social Studies (GCSS) in 2016.
Joe’s service record demonstrates his desire to lead and positively impact social studies education. He is passionate about service and embraces social studies education through his advocacy and commitment to being a thoughtful and productive citizen.
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