Samuel L. Caraballo is a Puerto Rican Science Educator at The John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science in Boston. He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston University School of Public Health, and Yale Divinity School. While at Yale, Samuel studied the nexus of science, theology, and disability and he was awarded the John A. Wade Prize for the greatest originality in expository preaching. He has served as a Ministry Fellow and Advisor at the Forum for Theological Exploration. His work on genetic diversity and human dignity were included in the INTEGRATE, BioLogos’ High School Biology curriculum. Samuel was recently accepted to the Harvard Medical School's graduate program in Bioethics where he plans to investigate the ethical ramifications of gene therapy. When not teaching science, he is working on “Cristianos en la Ciencia'', an initiative he created to foster support for Christian Hispanic students and professionals in the field of science. Samuel is married to Miriam and loves hanging out with his four children, two of whom are affected by congenital conditions.