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Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Todd Greene is vice president in the research department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Greene's responsibilities include providing leadership, strategic direction, and oversight for the community and economic development (CED) team and for the Atlanta Fed's Americas Center.
Before joining the Atlanta Fed in 2008, Greene held leadership roles in the private, government, and academic sectors. Most recently he was a member of the general faculty at Georgia Tech, where he served as center director and oversaw research and programs related to applied economic development, including the Program in Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy, Center for Economic Development Studies, and the Center for Manufacturing Information Technology.
Currently, Greene is on the board of directors of the International Economic Development Council, the Board of Visitors for Georgia Regents University (née Medical College of Georgia and Augusta State University), and is a member of the Southern Economic Development Council. He is also a past president of the Georgia Economic Developers Association. His previous board and advisory council experience includes the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta, and the Southeast Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors.
He is a graduate of the 2011 Leadership Atlanta, 2009 Leadership Georgia, and 2003 Buckhead Business Association programs. In 2002, he obtained the Certified Economic Developer designation (CEcD). Greene earned a bachelor's degree in English and American literature and language from Harvard University and master's degrees in human resources management from Washington University and public administration from Georgia State University.