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Naomi Schubin Greenberg

Naomi Schubin Greenberg, American occupational therapist, educator. Registered Occupational Therapist. Recipient Community Service award, Yeshiva University, 1988, Family of Year, Young Israel, 1989, Educator Recognition award, Vanguard, 2000.

Background

Greenberg, Naomi Schubin was born on November 21, 1937 in Hoboken, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of William Schubin, Edith Pencak Schubin.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1961. Master in Public Health, Columbia University, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia Pacific University, California, 1982.

Career

Rehabilitation coordinator Coler Hospital, New York City, 1960—1973, New York Medical College, New York City, 1960—1973. Project director New York. Health and Research Association, 1973—1975.

Professor, program director LaGuardia Community College of City University New York, Long Island City, since 1975, director international programs, 2001, director science technical entry program, 2003. Consultant New York Health Facilities Association, New York City, 1972—1975. Researcher Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, 1980—1981.

Program coordinator Joint Distribution Committee, Ladispoli, Italy, 1987—1988.

Membership

Grant writing consultant Conference Jewish Organization, Syosset, New York, 1999—2001. Board directors Jewish Outreach and Intervention, Malverne, 1999—2001. Fellow: American Occupational Therapy Association (Commision on Education).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Swimming, travel.

Connections

Married David Greenberg. Children: Seth, Ariel.