Margaret Greene | President
Margaret Greene has a PhD in Demography from the University of Pennsylvania and 20 years of international substantive and leadership experience as a staff member and consultant with diverse organizations and agencies. Dr. Greene lives in Washington, DC with her family.
Brian Greenberg’s academic and programmatic experience places him at the forefront of Agricultural, Environmental and Food Security thought leadership. With his specialization in social and institutional dimensions of climate vulnerability, he is uniquely positioned to co-lead Greenework’s analysis of the nexus between women’s and girls’ rights and climate change. He earned a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Chicago and lives in Washington, DC with his family.
Stephanie Perlson holds an MA in Political Science and has over 8 years of experience focusing on global gender and social equality issues, most recently as a research consultant for international organizations. Ms. Perlson lives outside Washington, DC with her husband.
Diane Rubino is an activist, New York University instructor, and applied communications professional who seeks to make the world more healthy and humane. She has years of experience helping individuals communicate authentically and persuasively. Ms. Rubino is a nonsmoking, nondrinking vegetarian, and lives outside New York City with her family.
Shib Shankar Dasgupta
Shib Shankar Dasgupta has a PhD in Science and Technology Studies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA and more than 15 years of technical consulting and international business experience with diverse organizations. Dr. Dasgupta lives in New York City with his family.