Baltimore native. New Englander by longevity since 1948. Retired physician, who joined the New England Tropical Conservatory (NETC) board in 1993. NETC evolved into the One World Conservation Center (OWCC). OWCC is now the conservation education center in western New England and the Capital District.
Education and Experience
- Amherst College (’52)
- University of Maryland School of Medicine (’56)
- Internship in Baltimore followed by Ob-Gyn Residency New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center (’60)
- U.S. Air Force Medical Corps (France ’63)
I was a 30 year member of the Williamstown Medical Associates practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology. I then became Medical Director for Sweet Brook Nursing Home and Crescent Manor Nursing Home until 2001.
Although the opportunity to build a Botanical Conservatory has not materialized, OWCC has created the Norman and Selma Greenberg Conservation Reserve to develop as an essential site for Conservation education.