Karen Patterson Greene ’92
Karen Patterson Greene was a four-year member of the Clark field hockey team that went to the NCAA playoffs in 1991. She was inducted into the Clark Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. She received her bachelor’s degree in geography and went on to earn a master’s in geography from Virginia Tech and a master’s in public policy from Tufts University. She has spent her post-Clark career in the environmental field, working for a wide range of nonprofit organizations including the Great Swamp Watershed Association in New Jersey and the Waltham Land Trust and Charles River Conservancy in Massachusetts, among others. She is the director of planning and evaluation for Ceres, a sustainability nonprofit based in Boston working on global challenges of climate change, water scarcity and quality, and human rights issues. In addition to her involvement with the Clark Hall of Fame, she is a board member of Family Promise Metrowest.
Greene is married to fellow Clark graduate Jeff Greene ’92, and they have two sons in college and high school. She has enjoyed coaching and cheering on their various sporting endeavors including baseball, swimming, soccer, and running over the past several years. She also enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible with her family, friends, and two Labrador retrievers, Jersey and Bella.
- Carol W. Bowen ’75, Concord, Mass.
- Holly E. Dolan, Ed.D. ’17, P ’17, Grafton, Mass.
- Laura Habacker ’85, Boylston, Mass.
- Jason A. Levin ’96, M.B.A. ’97, White Plains, N.Y.
- Nancy M. Reimer ’86, Brookline, Mass.
- Andrew R. Schechter 90, P ’24, Durham, N.H.
- Jonathan J. Weiner ’03, M.A.Ed. ’04, West Hartford, Conn.