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Mary Greene '83

Mrs. Greene is the Deputy Director of the Environmental Integrity Project (EIP), a nonprofit, nonpartisan law firm and watchdog that advocates for the enforcement of laws to protect the air we breathe and the water we drink. Mary joined EIP after many years of teaching and practicing environmental law. She has previously worked for the Florida Attorney General’s Office and the U.S. EPA where she specialized in natural resource conservation and environmental enforcement. Mary holds both a law degree and B.S. B.A. from the University of Florida. Mary is also an active advocate for the educational rights and psychosocial needs of children with disabilities, especially those living with the impact of prenatal alcohol exposure. She is the author of "When Rain Hurts," a memoir that explores what it’s like to live and love in the presence of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), a devastating but 100% preventable cause of developmental disability. Mary currently lives with her husband and two teenagers in the metro DC area.

Recent Posts

"Don't Follow Your Dreams" Remarks from Career Day 2017

Posted by Mary Greene '83 on Mar 2, 2017 4:46:45 PM

Thank you, Mr. Haskell, Mr. Murphy, and Ms. Merritt for the wonderful, warm introduction and for giving me this great honor. I was afraid I was going to be a little late because I couldn’t find my parking space. I decorated and painted it in 1983.

What happened?

Well, I do want you to know how special it is to be back on this campus, a place where I felt safe to explore and learn and grow . . . and become.  

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