Wanda M. Holland Greene ’89CC, ’92TC has been elected to the Trustees of Columbia University, succeeding the late Bill Campbell ’62CC, ’64TC, ’15HON, who stepped down in 2015. Holland Greene is the head of the Hamlin School, a private girls’ school in San Francisco known for its innovative approach to education. An advocate for racial and gender equity in educational leadership, she also serves as a trustee of the National Association of Independent Schools and the Head-Royce School in Oakland.
A Brooklyn native, Holland Greene began her career in education at the Columbia Greenhouse Nursery School in Morningside Heights and subsequently worked as a teacher, adviser, and director of student life at the Chapin School on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. She was a senior administrator and ex officio trustee at the Park School in Brookline, Massachusetts, before leading the Hamlin School.