Barbara A.F. Greene serves as advisor for THRU Project

October 12, 2015

Barbara A.F. Greene serves as an advisor for the THRU Project, a local non-profit dedicated to guide and support foster youth as they age out of the foster care system and venture out on their own. Watch this video about the THRU Project on KABB FOX-29’s show “Focus on South Texas” with Erin Nichols.

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Traits of a Good Boss

November 6, 2010

Barbara A. F. Greene was interviewed and quoted in the article The Traits of a Good Boss by Laura Mohammad on the hrtools website.

Barbara A. F. Greene Quoted in Book

January 13, 2010

Barbara A. F. Greene, CEO and Founder of Greene and Associates, Inc., is quoted in a recently released book: The Next Generation of Women Leaders: What You Need to Lead but Won’t Learn in Business School by Selena Rezvani.

The book is described on Amazon.com this way:

For a woman preparing for a business career, it was the opportunity of a lifetime. Imagine being able to sit down with top women executives, to hear in their own words their most coveted advice and hardest won lessons. Selena Rezvani did just that, conducting over 30 interviews that pass along the wisdom of this generation’s leading businesswomen to the next.
 

The book is available at Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com.

Greene and Associates, Inc. Offers New Horizons Retirement Program

January 8, 2010

Barbara A. F. Greene, Founder and CEO of Greene and Associates, Inc. announces that the company is now offering the New Horizons™ Retirement Program from Career Partners International.

The New Horizons program includes workshops and individual coaching by certified retirement coaches. Greene and Associates, Inc. has a team of certified retirement coaches globally.

For more information, download a flyer or complete the contact form below.

Barbara A F Greene Participates in Entrepreneurship Research

December 29, 2009

Barbara A. F. Greene, CEO of Greene and Associates, Inc., was one of twelve female business owners who participated in a study “to analyze human capital trends of women-owned businesses in San Antonio, TX.”

The research was conducted by Jennifer M. Leighton in partial fulfillment of of the requirements for her Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

The research is available for download courtesy of the researcher.

Barbara A. F. Greene Quoted in SA Woman

December 8, 2009

Barbara A. F. Greene is quoted in an article, “Success of the Small Business,” in the December 2009 issue of San Antonio Woman magazine.

You can view the article in the digital edition—flip to page 90 or read on a Web page. The digital edition shows the layout of the magazine in the print layout (including a photo of Barbara). The Web page doesn’t include photos but is formatted for online reading.

Greene and Associates, Inc. Featured in Newspaper Article

November 13, 2009

The San Antonio Express-News featured Greene and Associates, Inc. in an article by Ronda Templeton in the November 13, 2009 issue of the paper.

Barbara A. F. Greene’s advice about the right and wrong ways to handle transitions such as layoffs and business closings be found in “Team provides advice in difficult transitions.”

Barbara A. F. Greene Receives Diversity Award

October 28, 2009

TXDiversityCouncil

Barbara A. F. Greene has been awarded the DiversityFIRST™ Leadership Award by the Texas Diversity Council. Barbara and other recipients were honored at the organization’s awards banquet on October 27, 2009.

The Texas Diversity Council DiversityFIRST™ Leadership Award is awarded annually to individuals who demonstrate outstanding accomplishments in the promotion and advancement of diversity through inclusion and strong leadership. …

Earning this award is evidence of the individual’s level of commitment to effectively valuing and managing diversity to achieve excellence, and make a positive difference in their organizations and communities.

Greene and Associates, Inc. has a strong commitment to diversity and is pleased that our CEO has been recognized by the Texas Diversity Council.