Philip Kreniske is currently a Developmental Psychology Ph.D. Candidate and a Frances Degan Horowitz Dissertation Fellow at The CUNY Graduate Center. His interest in psychology stems from five years teaching in high needs public schools in San Francisco and New York. He is currently an adjunct lecturer at Hunter College. In addition, drawing from experiences teaching in the San village of Tsumkwe, Namibia, Kreniske published a report on the uses of digital technologies by the San of southern Africa. His recent work focuses on the intersection of technology and education with a particular emphasis on narrative writing in digital contexts.