Patricia Greene

  • Professor Emeritus
  • Provost
Academic Division: Entrepreneurship
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Bio

Patricia G. Greene is a Professor of Entrepreneurship of Babson College, where she holds the Paul T. Babson Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies. She previously served as Provost, and before that as the Dean of the Undergraduate School. Prior to joining Babson she held the Ewing Marion Kauffman/Missouri Chair in Entrepreneurial Leadership at the University of Missouri Kansas City (1998-2003) and the New Jersey Chair of Small Business and Entrepreneurship at Rutgers University (1996-1998). Dr. Greene earned a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, an MBA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a BS from the Pennsylvania State University. She was a founding member of the Rutgers Center for Entrepreneurial Management and the coordinator of the Rutgers Entrepreneurship Curriculum. At UMKC she helped to found KC SourceLink, the Entrepreneurial Growth Resource Center (EGRC), the iStrategy Studio, the Business and Information Development Group (BRIDG), the UMKC Students in Free Enterprise Program (SIFE), the Kauffman Entrepreneurship Internship Program (KEIP), the Entrepreneurial Effect, the Network for Entrepreneurship Educators and Researchers (NEER), and the annual regional Business Plan Competition. At Babson, her current assignment is to serve as the Global Academic Director for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women initiative.

Dr. Greene's research focuses on the identification, acquisition, and combination of entrepreneurial resources, particularly by women and minority entrepreneurs. She is a founding member of the Diana Project, a research group focusing on women and the venture capital industry. The Diana Project's books include International Women's Entrepreneurship: Research on the Growth of Women Owned Businesses, Women and Entrepreneurship: Contemporary Classics, and Clearing the Hurdles: Women Building High Growth Businesses (republished in Chinese). She is also a co-editor (with Mark Rice) of the book, Entrepreneurship Education, and with Mark Rice, Michael Fetters, & John Butler co-editor of The Development of University-Based Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: Global Practices. Her latest book (with Heidi Neck and Candy Brush) is Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice Based Approach. Her work has been published in journals including Journal of Business Venturing, Venture Capital, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Business Research, Small Business Economics, Academy of Management Executive, and the Journal of Small Business Management. She serves on the editorial board of Academic of Management: Learning and Education.

Greene is a federally appointed member of the national advisory board for the Small Business Administration's Small Business Development Center program. She is a fellow of the IC2 Institute at the University of Texas at Austin. Her past service work includes serving as co-chair of the Steering Committee for the Entrepreneurship Affinity Group of the AACSB, and sitting on the boards of the State of Missouri Small Business Development Centers, Kansas Women's Business Center, Growth Opportunity Connection, the Kansas City ATHENAPowerLink and the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program. Greene really likes to talk about entrepreneurship and is a frequent speaker at national and international events. Prior to becoming a professor she worked primarily in the health care industry.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, The University of Texas at Austin
  • MBA, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • BS, The Pennsylvania State University

Academic Interests

Entrepreneurship; Growth/Rapid Growth; New Venture Creation; Venture Capital; Women and Business

Awards & Honors

  • 2016 — Entrepreneurial Thought & Action Award, Babson College
  • 2007 — ACE Program for New Chief Academic Officers, ACE
  • 2007 — Best LGBT Paper Award winner,
  • 2007 — FSF-NUTEK Award ,
  • 2005 — Edwin M. and Gloria W. Appel Prize , Babson College
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Publications

Essays - Academic book chapter or contribution, new, editorially reviewed

  • Fetters, M., Greene, P., Donnellon, A., Bliss, R.T. (2018). Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses as a Public-Private Partnership : The Future of Management Education: Educating for Economic and Social Impact. Page: 15. Edgar Elgar. link
  • Greene, P.G. (in press). The model of entrepreneurship education: K. Hindle & K. Klyver (Eds.), Handbook of Research into New Venture Creation. Edward Elgar.
  • Carter, N., Gartner, W., Greene, P.G., Shaver, K. (2007). The Career Reasons of Minority Nascent Entrepreneurs: Career Choice in Entrepreneurship and Management. Page: 433-463. Edward Elgar.
  • Brush, C.S., Carter, D., Gatewood, D., Greene, P.G., Hart, D. (2006). Enhancing Womens Financial Strategies for Entrepreneurial Success: Cartner, N., Henry, C., OCinneide, B; & Johnson, K. (eds) Female Entrepreneurship: Implications for Education, Training and Policy. Page: 151-167. Routledge Press.
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Gatewood, D. (2006). Perspectives on Women Entrepreneurs: Past Findings and New Directions: Minniti, M. (ed.) Praeger Perspectives on Entrepreneurship. Vol: 1.
  • Butler, J., Greene, P.G. (2006). The Sociology of Entrepreneurship as a Provider of Context: In M. Rice, M. & T. Habbershon, (Eds.). Entrepreneurship, Volume 3: Places and Policy. Praeger Publishers.
  • Brush, C.G., Carter, N.M., Gatewood, E.J., Greene, P.G., Hart, M.M. (2005). Enhancing women's financial strategies for entrepreneurial success: Female Entrepreneurship. Routledge.
  • Greene, P.G., Owen, M.M. (2005). Race and ethnicity: W. Garter, K.Shaver, N.M. Carter, & P.D. Reynolds, (eds.), Handbook of Entrepreneurial Dynamics: The Process of Business Creation. Sage Publications.
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G. (2005). Women in Entrepreneurship: Hitt, M. & Ireland, D. (eds.) the Dictionary of Entrepreneurship. Page: 248-251. Blackwell Publishing.
  • Greene, P.G. (2004). Minority entrepreneurship: M. Hitt, & D. Ireland, (Eds.), Dictionary of Entrepreneurship. Blackwell Publishing.
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G. (2004). Women Entrepreneurs: An Explanatory Framework of Capital Types: Butler, J.S. & Kozmetsky, G. (eds). Immigrant and Minority Entrepreneurship. Page: 107-122. Praeger.

Book Chapter

  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G. (2018). Cognition to Culture: A Still MIssing Link in the Development of an Entrepreneurial Resource: A Research Agenda for Entrepreneurial Cognition and Intention. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G. (2018). Introduction: Women Entrepreneurs: The ABCs of women's entrepreneurial identity - aspirations, behaviors and confidence: A Research Agenda for Women and Entrepreneurship: Identity Through Aspirations, Behaviors and Confidence. Page: 1-21. Edward Elgar Publishing. link
  • Brush, C.S., Neck, H.M., Greene, P.G. (2015). A Practice-Based Approach to Entrepreneurship Education: Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom. Page: 16-35. Emerald Publsihing. link
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Strimaitis, J. (2014). Entrepreneurship at Babson College: curricular, co-curricular and executive education programs: Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 2014 (Annals in Entrepreneurship Education series). Page: 314-323. Edward Elgar Pub.
  • Neck, H.M., Greene, P.G., Brush, C.S. (2014). Practice-based entrepreneurship education using actionable theory: Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 2014 (Annals in Entrepreneurship Education series). Page: 3-20. Edward Elgar Pub.
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G. (2014). Exercises to practice creation: Building a Strategic Network: Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice-Based Approach. Page: 219-223. Edward Elgar Pub.
  • Brush, C.S., Carter, N.M., Gatewood, E.J., Greene, P.G., Hart, M. (2014). Women entrepreneurs and their approach to philanthropy: Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurs' Engagement in Philanthropy: Perspectives (Elgar Original Reference). Page: 77-91. Edward Elgar Pub.
  • Campos, A., Hormiga, E., Moreno-Luzon, M.D., Greene, P.G. (2014). Entrepreneurs Knowledge as a Key Intangible Asset for New Ventures: Conceptualisations and Taxonomy of Indicators: Shedding New Lights on Organisational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities. Page: 237-264. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Zohir, S.C., Greene, P.G. (2012). Women-owned SMEs in Bangladesh: Challenges in Institutional Financing: Global Women's Entrepreneurship Research: Diverse Settings, Questions and Approaches. Page: 36-55. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Journal Article

  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Kelley, D.J., Ali, A. (2017). The Influence of Human Capital Factors and Context on Women's Entrepreneurship: Which Matters More?. Journal of Business Venturing Insights. Vol: 8, Page: 105-113. Elsevier.
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Balachandra, L., Davis, A. (2017). The Gender Gap in Venture Capital-Progress, Problems and Perspectives . Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance. Taylor Francis. link
  • Rice, M.P., Fetters, M.L., Greene, P.G. (2014). University-based entrepreneurship ecosystems: a global study of six educational institutions. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. Vol: 18, Issue: 5/6, Page: 481-501.
  • Neck, H.M., Greene, P.G. (2011). Entrepreneurship Education: Known Worlds & New Frontiers. Journal of Small Business Management. Vol: 49, Issue: 1, Page: 55-70.
  • Greene, P.G. (2010). Start-up Intentions and Growth Motivations of Minority Nascent Entrepreneurs. Journal of Small Business Management.
  • Brush, C.S., Carter, D., Greene, P.G., Hart, D., Gatewood, D. (2009). Diana a Symbol of Women Entrepreneurs Hunt for Knowledge, Money and the Rewards of Entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics. Vol: 32, Issue: 2, Page: 129-144. Springer.
  • Greene, P.G., Mick, T. (2004). Minority and Women Entrepreneurs: Contracting With the Federal Government. Journal of Small Business Strategy. Page: 33-49.
  • Carter, N., Gartner, W., Greene, P.G., Reynolds, P. (2004). The prevalence of nascent entrepreneurs in the United States: Evidence from the panel study of entrepreneurial dynamics. Small Business Economics. Page: 263-284.

Research Reports

  • Kelley, D., Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Majbouri, M. (2017). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Women's Entrepreneurship 2016/17 Report. Page: 94. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor.
  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G. (2016). Closing the Gender Gap in Entrepreneurship: A New Perspective on Policies and Practices: Closing the Gender Gap in Entrepreneurship: A New Perspective on Policies and Practices. Page: 1-40. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. link
  • Kelley, D.J., Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Herrington, M., Ali, A., Kew, P. (2015). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2014 Womens Report.
  • Greene, P.G., Neck, H.M., Brush, C.S., Eisenman, E.J., Perkins, S. (2015). Entrepreneurship Education: A Global Consideration- From Practice to Policy Around the World: Entrepreneurship Education: A Global Consideration- From Practice to Policy Around the World. WISE Foundation. link
  • Greene, P.G., Bliss, R.T., Ceru, D.J., Donnellon, A., Fetters, M.L., Hernandez, B., Zimelis, A. (2014). Stimulating Small Business Growth: Progress Report on Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses. Babson College. link
  • Brush, C.S., Balachandra, L., Davis, A., Greene, P.G. (2014). Investing in the Power of Women: Progress Report on the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative. Babson College. link
  • Brush, C.S., Balachandra, L., Davis, A., Greene, P.G. (2014). The Diana Report - Bridging the Gap for Women Entrepreneurs.
  • Kelley, D.J., Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Litovsky, Y. (2013). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2012 Womens Report. Global Entrepreneurship Research Association. link
  • Greene, P.G. (2012). White Paper: The SBA Small Business Development Center Program. Small Business Administration.
  • Kelley, D.J., Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Litovsky, Y. (2011). The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2010 Women's Report. Global Entrepreneurship Research Association.
  • Brush, C.S., Carter, D., Gatewood, D., Greene, P.G., Hart, D. (2004). Gatekeepers of Venture Growth. Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership .

Technical Report

  • Greene, P.G., Perkins, S. (2016). Unleashing the Potential of Women Entrepreneurs. Babson College.
  • Greene, P.G. (2016). The State of Small Business in America: The State of Small Business in America. Page: 40. Babson College. link

Conference Proceeding

  • Brush, C.S., Greene, P.G., Balachandra, L., Davis, A. (2015). Venture capital investing: Are women perceived as riskier investments: Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research.
  • Balachandra, L., Welter, C., Greene, P.G. (2013). Women of business or the business of women: Projecting dollar appeal (SUMMARY): Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. Vol: 33, Issue: 8. Babson College. link

Articles - Circular or newsletter (e.g., Babson Insight)

  • Neck, H.M., Greene, P.G. (2015). Identifying Business Opportunities Through the Practice of Play: Babson Insight for Entrepreneurship Educators. Babson College. link

Book

  • Neck, H.M., Greene, P.G., Brush, C.S. (2014). Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice-Based Approach. Page: 352. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Greene, P.G., Fetters, M.L., Rice, M.P., Butler, J.S. (2010). The Development of University-Based Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: Global Practices. Page: 203. Edward Elgar.
  • Greene, P.G., Rice, M.P. (2007). Entrepreneurship Education. Edward Elgar.

Other (please explain)

  • Greene, P.G., Shepherd, D. (2013). Academy of Management Learning and Education: Entrepreneurship Collection.
  • Greene, P.G., Fetters, M.L., Rice, M.P. (2010). University-Based Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Framing the Decision: The Development of University-based Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: Global Practices.
  • Greene, P.G., Neck, H.M. (2009). Lessons at a Video Game Convention: Inside Higher Ed.

Essays - Reference book chapter or contribution, new, editorially reviewed

  • Rice, M.P., Greene, P.G. (2007). Moving from Whether or If to What and How: Entrepreneurship Education. Edward Elgar.

Presentations

  • The Influence of Human Capital Factors and Context On Women's Entrepreneurship: Which Matters More?Brush, C. Ali, A. Kelley, D. Greene, P. 30th Global Research Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship, San Francisco (2017)
  • Revisiting the female under-performance hypothesis in venture funded businessesBrush, C. Greene, P. Balachandra, L. Asis, A. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Norman, OK (2017)
  • Teaching Entrepreneurship as a PracticeNeck, H. Greene, P. Brush, C. Bodo Graduate School- Faculty Research Seminar, Bodo, Norway (2016)
  • The State of Small Business in AmericaGreene, P. NACCE/ARC Symposium, Prestonsburg, KY (2016)
  • Women's EntrepreneurshipGreene, P. Telfer Women in Enterprise Speaker Series, Toronto, Canada (2016)
  • How do we learn to grow our businesses - together?Greene, P. NAWBO Annual Conference, Columbus, OH (2016)
  • Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice Based ApproachGreene, P. Neck, H. Brush, C. PSU Entrepreneurship Workshop, State College, PA (2016)
  • The State of Small Business in AmericaGreene, P. Opportunity Fund Network Small Business Conference, Chicago (2016)
  • Building your Entrepreneurial Identity: Aspirations, Behaviors, and ConfidenceGreene, P. NAWBO - Dallas Chapter, Dallas, TX (2016)
  • The Future of Entrepreneurship EducationNeck, H. Greene, P. Brush, C. Eisenman, E. Qatar Conference on the Future of Entrepreneurship Education, Doha, Qatar (2016)
  • To Pivot or not to Pivot: Why do Nascent Ventures Change their Business Models?"Brush, C. Edeleman, L. Manolova, T. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Boston, MA (2015)
  • Venture capital investing: Are women entrepreneurs perceived as riskier investments?Brush, C. Greene, P. Balachandra, L. Davis, A. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Babson College (2015)
  • Gender in venture capital: Does homophily matter in investment decisions?Brush, C. Balachandra, L. Davis, A. Greene, P. , . Diana Conference, Babson College (2015)
  • Building Culture, Collaboration and Continuation: The Diana LegacyBrush, C. Greene, P. Carter, N. Hart, M. Gatewood, E. Diana International Conference, Babson College (2015)
  • Women Entrepreneurs- Growth and OpportunityBrush, C. Greene, P. Eisenman, E. , . Babson College Connect, Cartagena, Colombia (2015)
  • Growing through Organizational CultureGreene, P. 10KSB@Babson, Wellesley, MA (2014)
  • Womens EntrepreneurshipGreene, P. 5th Global Entrepreneurship Summit - Women's Entrepreneurs Day, Marrakesh, Morocco (2014)
  • The Entrepreneurial Approach to LifeGreene, P. ACS Entrepreneurial Summit, Washington, DC (2014)
  • Women Investing in WomenGreene, P. The Power of You: Women's Business Conference, Indianapolis, IN (2014)
  • Strategies to Think and Design Entrepreneurship Education Out of the Box,Neck, H. Verzat, C. Toutain, O. Naia, A. Martin, B. Krueger, N. Pittaway, L. Greene, P. Fiet, J. Edelman, L. Lans, T. Preconference workshop at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA (2014)
  • Technology as a Growth ToolGreene, P. 10,000 Small Businesses Southern CA Alumni Event, Long Beach, CA (2014)
  • Living a Life of OpportunityGreene, P. TWIB Luncheon Series, Austin, TX (2014)
  • Utilizing Advisory Boards to Grow Your BusinessGreene, P. 10,000 Small Businesses National Alumni Webinar, New York, NY (2014)
  • Womens EntrepreneurshipGreene, P. Barbara Lynchs Full Plate Series, Boston, MA (2014)
  • A Practice-Based Approach to Teaching Entrepreneurship: Where Invisible Theory Meets ActionGreene, P. Brush, C. Neck, H. USASBE 28th Annual Conference, Dallas, TX (2014)
  • What Do You Do with Entrepreneurship? Everything!Greene, P. Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center Seminar, State College, PA (2013)
  • Entrepreneurship Education: Creating Impactful Private/ Public Partnerships on Campus and in CommunitiesGreene, P. NACCE 2013 Entrepreneurship: Fueling the Local Economic Engine, Charlotte, NC (2013)
  • The GEM Womens ReportBrush, C. Healey, K. Greene, P. Kelley, D. Duffy, S. , Webinar (2013)
  • Invisible Theory, Practically Actionable, ImmediatelyGreene, P. International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference, Sheffield, UK (2013)
  • Women Entrepreneurs and the Transition to Philanthropy?Greene, P. Kauffman Foundation Authors Conference, Kansas City, MO (2013)
  • Redefining the Role of Theory and Practice in Management EducationBrush, C. Greene, P. Neck, H. Academy of Management Teaching and Learning Conference, Orlando, FL (2013)
  • 10,000 Small Businesses ProgramGreene, P. Aspen Leaders Action Forum, Aspen, CO (2013)
  • FacilitatorGreene, P. Round Table with Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to the President of the United States and Assistant to the President for Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs, New York, NY (2013)
  • The 10,000 Small Businesses ProgramGreene, P. IC Fellows Meeting and Conference, Austin, TX (2013)
  • Entrepreneurship EcosystemsGreene, P. 5th New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW), New Orleans, LA (2013)
  • Building the Entrepreneurship EcosystemGreene, P. New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, New Orleans, LA (2013)
  • Building an entrepreneurial lifeGreene, P. Womens Breakfast Series, Reading, PA (2012)
  • FacilitatorGreene, P. Collective Voices Series, Washington, DC (2012)
  • Women Investing in WomenGreene, P. Start Something: Women's Business Conference 2012, Louisville, KY (2012)
  • Building the Entrepreneurship EcosystemGreene, P. Symposium in Entrepreneurial Education in Universities, Madrid, Spain (2012)
  • Women in LeadershipGreene, P. , Washington, DC (2012)
  • Explaining the GAP in Womens Venture Creation: A Test of Three FactorsBrush, C. Greene, P. Kelley, D. Litovsky, Y. Academy of Management 2012 National Meetings, Professional Development Workshops, Boston, MA (2012)
  • Innovating in Growing Your BusinessGreene, P. Next Generation Conference, Austin, TX (2012)
  • Technology as a Growth ToolGreene, P. 10,000 Small Businesses Southern CA Alumni Event, Long Beach, CA (2012)
  • Building the 10,000 Small BusinessesGreene, P. , New York, NY (2012)
  • Managing Growth: Initiative for a Competitive Inner CityGreene, P. 2012 Inner City 100 Symposium: Innergize Your City Executive Education For Fast-Growing Firms, Boston, MA (2012)
  • Innovations in Womens EntrepreneurshipGreene, P. 92nd Annual AACC Convention, Orlando, FL (2012)
  • Greene, P. Perspectives from the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Creating Jobs and Growing Businesses through Entrepreneurship, Washington, DC (2012)
  • Capital LandscapeGreene, P. 4th New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW), New Orleans, LA (2012)
  • Creating a localized ecosystemGreene, P. 4th New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW), New Orleans, LA (2012)
  • The Diana Project: An Innovative Model of Collaborative ResearchGreene, P. 2012 Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research and DIANA Conference , Fremantle, Western Australia (2012)
  • The Entrepreneurial ProfessorNeck, H. Greene, P. United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship Conference, New Orleans, LA (2012)
  • University-Based Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: Developmental PathwaysFetters, M. Greene, P. Rice, M. Torres, A. AACSC International Conference and Meeting 2011, New York, NY (2011)
  • Understanding and Defining EntrepreneurshipGreene, P. Combined Conference of the College Music Society and the Arts Entrepreneurship Interest Group of USASBE, Blair School of Music, Nashville, TN (2010)
  • Entrepreneurship Pedagogy: Known Worlds and New FrontiersGreene, P. USASBE, (2010)
  • Growth and Employment Practice of Women Owned BusinessesGreene, P. National Women's Business Council Summit: Accessing Capital and Business Growth, Washington, D.C. (2010)
  • The Future of Entrepreneurship AssistanceGreene, P. New England Professional Development Program, Mount Washington, NH (2010)
  • Development of University-Based Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: A Global Study of Six Educational InstitutionsFetters, M. Rice, M. Greene, P. Darden Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Charlottesville, VA (2010)
  • Global Trends in SMEs and EntrepreneurshipGreene, P. Puerto Rico and Caribbean Affiliate of ICSB, Puerto Rico (2010)
  • The Diana Project: Past, Present, and FutureGreene, P. Diana International Conference, Belfast (2008)
  • Women Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship Education and Training: Any Progress?Greene, P. International Small Business Conference, Belfast (2008)
  • Social EntrepreneurshipCeru, D. Brush, C. Greene, P. Neck, H. Schiffman, S. USASBE Conference, San Antonio, TX (2008)
  • Utilizing Resources and Seizing Opportunities - Achieving Success through Greene, P. Influential Women of the Year, Jacksonville, FL (2007)
  • Utilizing Resources and Seizing Opportunities - Achieving Success through Entrepreneurial LeadershipGreene, P. Jacksonville Women of Influence Celebration, Florida (2007)
  • Sexual Orientation Policies, Attitudes, and Firm Size: An Exploratory StudyDay, N. Greene, P. Conference for the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology, New York (2007)
  • Entrepreneurship and Economic DevelopmentGreene, P. Traverse County, Michigan (2007)
  • Entrepreneurship and Economic DevelopmentGreene, P. Traverse County Chamber of Commerce, Michigan (2007)
  • The Intentional NetworkGreene, P. National Association of Womens MBA Conference, Babson College (2005)
  • The Integration of a Professional and Liberal Arts CurriculumGreene, P. AACU, Denver, CO (2005)
  • The Intentional NetworkGreene, P. Center for Womens Business Research Annual Conference, Babson Park, MA (2005)
  • Clearing the hurdles by connecting the dots: Women building high growth businessesGreene, P. General Electric Womens Network, Orlando, FL (2005)
  • Do they Practice What we Teach?Brush, C. Edelman, D. Greene, P. Monalova, D. Annual Academy of Management Meetings, Entrepreneurship Division, Honolulu, Hawaii (2005)
  • streams of thought leaders in entrepreneurship Rice, M. Greene, P. 2005 Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Babson College, Wellesley Hills (2005)
  • Welcoming EnvironmentsGreene, P. Boston Club, Boston, MA (2005)
  • An Overview of Entrepreneurship Education: The Babson StoryGreene, P. USAFA, Washington, D.C. (2005)
  • Women Leaders in Venture CapitalGreene, P. WITI Boston, Boston, MA (2005)
  • Perceptions of women in business: The good, the bad and the interestingCarter, N. Gatewood, E. Greene, P. Hart, M. Athena Signature Event, San Diego, CA. (2004)
  • Integrated Curriculum Design and DeliveryHarris, B. Greene, P. Winter meetings AACSM, Dallas, Texas (2004)
  • Proactive Innovation Leading the Way to Academic Excellence: An Academic and Student Affairs PartnershipGreene, P. Hacker, C. AACU Conference, Philadelphia, PA (2004)
  • Entrepreneurship CurriculumGreene, P. 2nd All Island Business Schools Summit, Puerto Rico (2004)
  • Advising Systems: The Sherlock Holmes Approach. Who, What, Where, When, and HowGreene, P. AACSB Learning from the Leaders Conference, Denver, CO (2004)
  • Positioning for Growth: Womens use of Bootstrapping to Finance their VenturesBrush, C. Carter, D. Gatewood, D. Greene, P. Hart, D. Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Univ. of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland (2004)
  • Overview of the Field for Research, Teaching, and PracticeGreene, P. Forging New Ground: Opportunities and Challenges for Women of Color Entrepreneurs, Boston, MA (2004)
  • Pursuing Innovation: Challenges and OpportunitiesGreene, P. McCarthy, A. Rice, M. AACSB International Deans Conference, Orlando, FL. (2004)
  • Curriculum Innovation: Using Technology to Support the Integrated, Anytime, Anywhere ProgramGreene, P. Harris, B. AACSB Conference, Dallas, TX (2004)
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Professional Memberships

  • United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (2000)
  • Academy of Management (1993)