Betty Greene-Bryant is an innovative, purposeful leader who brings a depth of experience from public and private school administration. She has extensive experience in forming and working with strategic partnerships within various national education membership associations, higher education institutions, public school districts, and the business community. These education and business partnerships focused primarily on middle and high school reform efforts, research to practice, career-to-work/post-secondary topics, students with disabilities, grant development and management, program evaluation, and professional learning for school administrators and teachers. She has served in the roles of director and assistant director for various U.S. Department of Education grants. Dr. Greene-Bryant served as the first Principal in Residence at the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), Director for Professional Services at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), Senior Director for Professional Services and Interim Executive Director for the Association of Middle Level Education (AMLE). Dr. Greene-Bryant has also served as an elementary, middle and high school administrator. Her other work in the field of education also includes teaching at American University in Washington D.C. and Coppin State University in Baltimore, MD.