Susan Greenwood has global sales experience spanning a 30-year career in wealth management, marketing, product sales and start-up ventures. She is President of DDD Enterprises, an international consulting firm with services including business development, strategic planning, public affairs and communications programs. She has assumed management responsibility for clients when appropriate and served as President of Green Technology Group, owner of worldwide license rights for multiple green construction technologies. Ms. Greenwood’s earlier career was honed with increasing responsibility and stature in the banking industry at Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Chemical and Marine Midland. Ultimately, she was a founder and principal of one of the first commercial banks established by an investment group for private banking. She has also served on numerous business advisory boards and is a former director of a New York Stock Exchange high technology company.
She has been elected to leadership positions with major local, national and international organizations. She served as President of the International Women’s Forum and its Leadership Foundation, the Columbia Business School Alumni Association, and was a member of Columbia Business School’s Board of Overseers. She was a presidential appointee to the National Advisory Council of the U.S. Small Business Administration and a mayoral appointee to the WNYC Foundation Board. She also served on the President’s Council of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Ms. Greenwood has been recognized for her leadership with several distinguished awards. She has lectured at business schools including Harvard, Dartmouth and Columbia and appears on local and national television and radio.