The ABA Journal published a feature story this month focused on Elizabeth L.B. Greene and her two decades of experience volunteering for the American Heart Association.
Greene, who is a partner at the Worcester, Mass., law firm Mirick, O’Connell, DeMallie & Lougee, is frequently credited with revitalizing the Association’s presence in central Massachusetts.
Greene worked to build the AHA’s central Massachusetts Board of Directors and started Worcester Heart Awareness Week, as well as the first local Heart Walk. She has also played a key role in advocating for American Heart Association legislative policies on Beacon Hill and in Washington, DC.
Just last year, Greene was awarded the American Heart Association’s Legacy Leadership Award, which recognizes current and alumni volunteers for exceptional service and contributions to AHA’s Eastern States region.
The ABA Journal is a monthly legal trade magazine and the flagship publication of the American Bar Association. To read the piece about Greene, click here.