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David Greenberg

Board Member

David Greenberg, board member of APCO Worldwide, is the executive vice president of knowledge at the LRN Corporation where he is responsible for developing the knowledge that serves as the foundation of LRN’s market-leading solutions, industry viewpoints and approaches that address client business issues. As one of the leading experts in ethics and compliance, corporate responsibility and public affairs, Mr. Greenberg further enhances LRN’s core asset of knowledge and continues the company’s innovative approach to helping organizations inspire and cultivate an ethical culture. In addition, he assists in developing corporate relationships with society using the power of information.

Prior to joing LRN, Mr. Greenberg worked for Altria Group, Inc. (AGI), where his tenure of more than two decades culminated in the role as senior vice president and chief compliance officer, heading AGI’s enterprise-wide efforts on compliance and integrity. He was one of only five senior vice presidents of the parent corporation. Prior to this, he held numerous senior positions at AGI and its operating unit, Philip Morris International, in the United States, Europe and globally. These positions included responsibility for environment, social responsibility, government affairs and communication. Mr. Greenberg was also a partner with the law firm of Arnold & Porter; a legislative director and general counsel member for the Consumer Federation of America; and a legislative representative, organizer and writer for Ralph Nader.

He is chair emeritus of the Keystone Center, a leader in finding consensus solutions to complex public policy issues in environment, energy and public health. Mr. Greenberg has a Jurist Doctorate and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Law School and their Graduate School of Business. He also attended Williams College and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, an academic honor society recognizing excellence in undergraduate liberal arts and sciences.