Kay C. Greene

Occupation: Psychologist, Author, Psychology Professor, Non-profit Chief Executive Officer
Born: Yankton, South Dakota, July 10, 1939

Education:
PhD in Clinical Psychology, The New School for Social Research (1983)
MA in Psychology, The New School for Social Research (1980)
BMus in Education, University of Nebraska (1962)

Certification:
Licensed Psychologist, State of Maryland; Licensed Psychologist, State of New York; Licensed Psychologist, Washington D.C.; Ordained Deacon, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, NY (1997)

Career:
Regional Trainer, HIV Office for Psychology Education (HOPE) Program, American Psychological Association (1992-Present)
Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice, New York, NY (1985-Present)
Office Manager, Lawrence Letter Service, New York, NY (1973-1978)
Administrative Assistant to News Chief, WPIX-TV, New York, NY (1971-1972)
Executive Secretary to Vice President/Chief Engineer, WPIX-TV, New York, NY (1967-1971)
Acting Supervisor, American Airlines, New York, NY (1967)
Ticket Agent, American Airlines, New York, NY (1967)
Service Representative, American Airlines, New York, NY (1967)
Advertising Coordinator, Sullivan Stauffer Colwell and Bayles, New York, NY (1966-1967)
Management Consultant, John Wiersma Consultant, Washington, D.C. (1966)
With, Tatham, Laird and Kudner, New York, NY (1965-1966)
With, Gulf States Utilities Company, Beaumont, TX (1963-1964)

Career Related:
Lecturer in Field; Conductor, Seminars in Field; Organizer, Various Conferenecs; Keynote Speaker, Various International Conferences; Founder, Bridge of Change; President, Bridge of Change; Past Staff Therapist, Fifth Avenue Counseling Center, New York, NY; Senior Staff Psychologist, Fifth Avenue Counseling Center, New York, NY; Adjunct Associate Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY (2002-Present); Chair, NGO/DPI Executive Committee, United Nations (2000-2001); Adjunct Associate Professor, Pace University, New York, NY (1999-Present); Adjunct Professor, Lincoln Center, Fordham University, New York, NY (1998-Present); Vice Chair, NGO/DPI Executive Committee, United Nations (1998-2000); Interim Executive Director, Millennium NGO Forum, United Nations (1998-1999); Adjunct Association Professor, Lincoln Center, Fordham University, New York, NY (1998); Secretary General, International Council of Psychologists, United Nations (1997-2000, 2004-Present); Adjunct Assistant Professor, St. Francis College (1997-1998); Adjunct Assistant Professor, Brooklyn College (1997-1998); Visiting Associate Professor, Lincoln Center, Fordham University, New York, NY (1997-1998); Representative, International Council of Psychologists, United Nations (1996-2000); Senior Representatives, World Federation for Mental Health, United Nations (1990-1995); Music Teacher, MacArthur Junior High School, Beaumont, TX (1964-1965); English Teacher, MacArthur Junior High School, Beaumont, TX (1964-1965); Special Education Teacher, MacArthur Junior High School, Beaumont, TX (1964-1965); Student Music Teacher, Experimental University of Nebraska High School, Lincoln, NE (1961-1962)

Creative Works:
Contributor, Articles, Professional Journals

Achievements:
Achievements include appearing on Donahue, Good Morning New York, Kelly and Co., Survival into the 21st Century and Turning Inward; radio show appearances on The Alan Colmes Show, WABC, New York, Alan Colmes, WPIX, New York, Open Session, Ben Reese, WNYE, New York, From Head to Heart, WXLO, New York, Foundation Focus, WNEW, New York, Wellness Workshop, WNWK FM, New York and others

Awards:
Distinguished Leadership Award, International Directory of Distinguished Leadership; International Woman of the Year, in Recognition of Services to mental Health, International Biographical Centre (1993-1994)

Memberships:
World Federation for Mental Health; Sigma Alpha Iota; Pi Kappa Lambda; Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology; SAG-AFTRA; Authors League Fund; The International Platform Association; C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology; The New York Academy of Sciences; Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues; Treasurer, International Division 52, American Psychological Association (2004); Ambassador, International Council of Psychologists (2003-Present); Assistant Treasurer, International Division 52, American Psychological Association (2003); President, Academy Division, New York State Psychological Association (2001); Fellow, International Division 52, American Psychological Association (1999); National AIDS Task Force, American Psychological Association (1988-Present); Representative, World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation, United Nations (1998-2000); President-elect, Academy Division, New York State Psychological Association (1999); Representative, International Council of Psychologists, United Nations (1996-2000)

Political Affiliation:
Democrat

Religion:
Presbyterian

Family:
Daughter Of Fred Orin And Evelyn Irene (Sundy) Greene

Hobbies:
Piano; Photography; Pets; Painting; Cooking

E-mail:
kaygreen@ix.netcom.com

Biography Source(s):
Who’s Who in America – 2005, 59th Edition (pub. 2004)
Who’s Who in America – 2004, 58th Edition (pub. 2003)
Who’s Who in America – 2003, 57th Edition (pub. 2002)
Who’s Who in America – 2002, 56th Edition (pub. 2001)
Who’s Who in America – 2001, 55th Edition (pub. 2000)
Who’s Who in America – 2000, 54th Edition (pub. 1999)
Who’s Who in America – 1999, 53rd Edition (pub. 1998)
Who’s Who in America – 1998, 52nd Edition (pub. 1997)
Who’s Who in America – 1997, 51st Edition (pub. 1996)
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare – 2004-2005, 5th Edition (pub. 2004)
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare – 2002-2003, 4th Edition (pub. 2002)
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare – 2000-2001, 3rd Edition (pub. 2000)
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare – 1999-2000, 2nd Edition (pub. 1998)
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering – 2003-2004, 7th Edition (pub. 2003)
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering – 2002-2003, 6th Edition (pub. 2001)
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering – 2000-2001, 5th Edition (pub. 1999)
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering – 1998-1999, 4th Edition (pub. 1997)
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering – 1996-1997, 3rd Edition (pub. 1996)
Who’s Who in the East – 2001, 28th Edition (pub. 2000)
Who’s Who in the East – 1999-2000, 27th Edition (pub. 1998)
Who’s Who in the East – 1997-1998, 26th Edition (pub. 1996)
Who’s Who in the World – 2004, 21st Edition (pub. 2003)
Who’s Who in the World – 2003, 20th Edition (pub. 2002)
Who’s Who in the World – 2002, 19th Edition (pub. 2001)
Who’s Who in the World – 2001, 18th Edition (pub. 2000)
Who’s Who in the World – 2000, 17th Edition (pub. 1999)
Who’s Who in the World – 1999, 16th Edition (pub. 1998)
Who’s Who in the World – 1998, 15th Edition (pub. 1997)
Who’s Who of American Women – 2002-2003, 23rd Edition (pub. 2002)
Who’s Who of American Women – 2001-2002, 22nd Edition (pub. 2000)
Who’s Who of American Women – 1999-2000, 21st Edition (pub. 1998)
Who’s Who of American Women – 1997-1998, 20th Edition (pub. 1997)

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