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Communications consultant

David Ethan Greenberg, American Communications consultant. Bar: Colorado 1975. National Merit Scholar, New York City, 1967; White House fellow, 1988-1989. Special assistant to administrator for communications Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, 1989; president Children's Museum Denver, 1988; vice chair Colorado Ocean Journey Aquarium, since 1994; member Colorado Commission Higher Education, since 1993; trustee Clayton College Foundation.

Background

Greenberg, David Ethan was born on October 8, 1949 in New York City. Son of Abraham M. and Norma B. (Jacovitz) Greenberg.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, Columbia University, 1971. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1975.

Career

Speechwriter Governor Richard D. Lamm, Denver, 1977-1978, legal counsel, 1978-1979. Director marketing Colorado Ski Country United States of America, 1979-1982. Founder and managing partner GBSM, 1982.

Secretary of board & founder Denver School of Science and Technology. Adjunct associate professor U of Colorado, Denver, 1984-1989.

Achievements

  • Bar: Colorado 1975.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Columnist, The Denver Post, 1985-1988.

Membership

Special assistant to administrator for communications Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, 1989. President Children's Museum Denver, 1988. Vice chair Colorado Ocean Journey Aquarium, since 1994.

Member Colorado Commission Higher Education, since 1993. Trustee Clayton College Foundation.

Connections

Married Kerri Shwayder, April 24, 1983. Children: Alison Leigh, Zachary Scott.

father:
Abraham M. Greenberg

mother:
Norma B. (Jacovitz) Greenberg

spouse:
Kerri Shwayder

child:
Zachary Scott Greenberg

child:
Alison Leigh Greenberg