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Who is Ed Greene, Ph. D.

Ed Greene, Ph. D.
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EM GREENE Associates, International
…Facilitating Transformational Thinking for Child Development, Early Learning and Children’s Media Environment

Ed Greene is senior consultant and adviser in the field of child development, early learning and children’s media environments, and currently serves as a senior adviser to Cito USA (a subsidiary of Cito, the Netherlands) and its Piramide Approach to Early Learning.  Through his work, he facilitates communication, capacity building, and strategic approaches to program implementation. He also is a professional development and instructional leadership consultant with Teachscape, an online and face-to-face company providing staff and professional development through a state-of-the-art platform including a variety of digital, case-based learning resources.

From 2004-2007, Ed served as director of global outreach with Sesame Workshop; providing technical assistance and managing educational outreach strategy development projects in Central America and the Andes, and educational outreach projects with co-productions in India, Jordan, Kosovo.  He currently serves as a consultant/advisor with Sesame Workshop.

Over his forty- year career, Ed has worked directly with infants, toddlers, preschool children, adolescents and families, as well as in a variety of roles and capacities in the philanthropic, private, public sectors and higher education. He currently serves on the boards of the High/Scope Educational Research Foundation, The American Camp Association and as a member of the Advisory Council of The Educational Equity Center at FHI360.

Originally from Inkster, Michigan, he attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., where he earned a Bachelor's of Music. He received his M.A. in Child and Human Development from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, Calif. and completed his Ph.D. in elementary and early childhood education at Indiana State University.

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