Speaker The Rev. Adam S. Greene
The Rev. Adam S. Greene is an ordained Priest in the Episcopal Church and presently serves as the Dean of Spiritual Life at Episcopal High School, Houston, Texas. Adam is also a member of the school’s Senior Administrative Staff. In this role he oversees all aspects of the religious and …
The Rev. Adam S. Greene is an ordained Priest in the Episcopal Church and presently serves as the Dean of Spiritual Life at Episcopal High School, Houston, Texas. Adam is also a member of the school’s Senior Administrative Staff. In this role he oversees all aspects of the religious and spiritual life of this independent college preparatory institution of six hundred and sixty students. His responsibilities include oversight of the religion curriculum and department, the daily Chapel program, all pastoral care and counseling efforts, human resources, community service & outreach programs, homiletics training, and all parent education efforts. With an extensive track record of fundraising and a professional financial background, Adam is also an active participant in all meetings of the Board of Trustees, and Finance, Annual Fund and Capital Campaign Committees.
Prior to entering the education field and Ordained Ministry, Adam was for more than twenty years an investment/corporate finance banker. Adam held many senior management positions both domestically and internationally. During Adam’s work in North America, Europe and Asia, he built, developed and managed culturally diverse, high-achieving teams with a strong emphasis on performance, collaboration, developing talent, teaching and mentoring As a Group Executive and Managing Director of large, multi-national corporations including Citicorp, ABN AMRO and Wachovia, Adam served in numerous strategic roles where he successfully championed and implemented values, vision and mission initiatives and long-term strategic plans. These efforts allowed Adam’s global teams to achieve success in a dynamic and highly competitive environment. Adam’s ability to work collaboratively within both small and large group settings and organizations allowed him recruit, retain and develop strong talent while at the same time successfully achieving his business goals and objectives.
Adam was educated at Yale University (M.Div. 2009), Cambridge University (Visiting Scholar Program, 2008), Vanderbilt University (B.A. 1986) and Choate Rosemary Hall (1982). Adam was also nominated for and successfully completed his business studies at the Institute for Global Finance at Citicorp, New York (1989).