Member – Finance Committee
Chair – IT Committee
Member – Executive Committee
Mr. Greenberg attended Purdue University's School of Industrial Management, graduating first in his class in 1962 with a Bachelor of Science degree, with highest distinction, in Industrial Management.
Greenberg spent years in the Computer industry, first with the Burroughs Corporation, and then with General Electric. In 1972, he left General Electric to return to Arizona and become a successful inventor and business owner in the areas of concrete block manufacturing, homebuilding, travel, residential masonry, commercial real estate brokerage, real estate development, licensing and mining.
Greenberg currently is a major stockholder and chair of The Royce Companies Arizona's largest residential masonry company and PROTO-II\0xC8 Wall Systems, a company that markets and supports the use of licenses for proprietary masonry systems throughout the United States.
Among Mr. Greenbergs early accomplishments were the 1967 publication of a mathematical paper in the journal of the Operations Research Society of America, in which he provided the first-ever solution to the general job-shop scheduling problem. Over the years, this paper has been cited several times by other publications.
From 1990 to 2007, Greenberg held leadership positions in various Jewish community organizations. He served on the Wells Fargo Bank Regional Board (2003-2007), and was chairman of Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters (2005-2006). In 2004, he was honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award from Purdue University's Krannert School of Management, and serves as a Senior Member of the Deans Advisory Council of Purdue University's Krannert School of Management. Greenberg is the holder of seven patents from the United States Patent Office.
Mr. Greenberg lives in Coronado, California, and has a home in Prescott, Arizona.