Marta Lenartowicz holds a PhD in humanistic management with an interdisciplinary background in cognitive science, complexity studies, social epistemology, philosophy of education, and philosophy of language. Beyond serving as CLEA's director of education she is currently involved in multiple projects: the Human Energy Project (senior researcher), the School of Thinking (instructor, former director and curriculum designer), Buckminster College (principal), and the Education for Complexity research group (chair). In 2023-24 she is teaching the 'Complexity and Evolution' and 'Technology and Society' courses at the Department of Philosophy VUB.
Lenartowicz is interested in philosophy of cognitive science and in theoretical approaches to the evolution of intelligence, cognitive development, and distributed cognition. In her work she is seeking to advance the conceptual underpinnings that govern the evolution of intelligence in human cognitive systems at multiple scales.