Saneta Maiko, PhD, BCC is a former John Templeton Research Fellow with Indiana University School of Medicine (2017-2019). His clinical research investigated the role of spirituality and religion on the emotional and spiritual wellbeing of metastatic outpatient cancer patients and caregivers. Dr. Maiko is a graduate from Indiana University Fairbanks (GC-Public Health), Indiana University School of Medicine (MS-Clinical Research), Purdue University (MS-Organization Leadership) and from Concordia Seminary (PhD). He is a graduate of Reflective Supervision from Cambridge University (Wesley House), UK and Indiana University Health’s Emerging Leaders program. An experienced ordained clergy of the United Methodist, Dr. Maiko is the founder and former Executive Director of Crime Victim Care of Allen County (Amani Family Services) and Chaplain Researcher at Indiana University Health. Dr. Maiko has many years of leading organizations, serving on boards, and teaching at Purdue University. He is a recognized spiritual leader in training Intercultural Competence to Law Enforcement, Social Agencies, Businesses, and Healthcare Systems. A Nationally licensed Intercultural Development Qualified Administrator, Dr. Maiko is also Nationally Board Certified as a Healthcare Chaplain. He is a recipient of several honors and awards. He has authored a book and several articles in medical, leadership, chaplaincy, and youth journals. He is married to Beatrice, and they are blessed with four children. They reside in Indianapolis.