Administrator, Community Based Organization Partners, Community Ethics Review Board; Executive Consultant & Co-Chair
Flint/Genesee Partnership, Health in Our Hands Project
Ms. Greene-Moton has an extensive background in Public Health Advocacy, Public Health Policy, Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR), and programming, spanning over the past forty plus (40+) years in the City of Flint and surrounding areas. In addition, specific efforts in public health ethics have focused on providing an awareness at the community level, developing, and elevating the community voice and advocating for community inclusiveness at the State and National Levels. Her areas of expertise include facilitating community/academic/practice partnership building and sustainability; developing, managing, and evaluating community-based projects; and training programs for graduate students, community members, as well as middle and high school students partnering with community-based organizations, schools, and public health agencies.
She is currently serving as the Community Based Organization Partners (CBOP) Community Ethics Review Board (CERB) Administrator and Executive Consultant and Co-Chair of the Flint/Genesee Partnership, Health in Our Hands project. She also serves as an Independent Community-Academic Consultant working with other academic institutions nationally that are engaged in Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) with their local communities. She is an alum of the National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health’s tenth cohort.