Margaret Greene

Senior Fellow

United States

Margaret Greene is a Senior fellow at Promundo. Margaret has worked for nearly 20 years on the social and cultural determinants of health, development policy, and gender. She is widely known for her research and advocacy on the conditions faced by girls in poor countries and on engaging men and boys for gender equality. In addition to directing GreeneWorks, a consulting group working to promote social change for health and development, Margaret is Secretary of the Coalition for Adolescent Girls. Margaret has worked extensively to call global attention to child marriage and to highlight its linkages with education, health, and human rights. During the past 10 years, she has co-authored two volumes in the Girls Count series, and has conducted research on adolescent sexual and reproductive health for the World Bank, WHO, and USAID. Margaret received MA and PhD degrees in demography from the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in linguistics from Yale University.

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Margaret Greene

Margaret Greene is a Senior fellow at Promundo. Margaret has worked for nearly 20 years on the social and cultural determinants of health, development policy, and gender. She is widely known for her research and advocacy on the conditions faced by girls in poor countries and on engaging men and boys for gender equality. In addition to directing GreeneWorks, a consulting group working to promote social change for health and development, Margaret is Secretary of the Coalition for Adolescent Girls. Margaret has worked extensively to call global attention to child marriage and to highlight its linkages with education, health, and human rights. During the past 10 years, she has co-authored two volumes in the Girls Count series, and has conducted research on adolescent sexual and reproductive health for the World Bank, WHO, and USAID. Margaret received MA and PhD degrees in demography from the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in linguistics from Yale University.

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