Charles Greene was Appointed as Vice President of Communications and Marketing at Mount Holyoke College

Date of management change: January 28, 2018 

What Happened?

South Hadley, MA-based Mount Holyoke College Appointed Charles Greene as Vice President of Communications and Marketing


About the Company

Mount Holyoke prepares students for leadership on a global scale. Our graduates thrive in all fields, on all continents, and in a dizzying array of languages. In 1837, we pioneered higher education for women. Today, in the 21st century, we continue to embolden students to break boundaries, shake off limits, and take the lead. The Mount Holyoke community is comprised of the following: - Students who are empowered to achieve academic goals while learning to navigate a lifetime of career opportunities - Faculty members who are leaders in their fields, and engage students through rigorous academics, hands-on research, and professional experiences - Faculty, students, alumnae, and staff who make up a diverse, inclusive, and global community - Institutional leadership that champions access to higher education Located in South Hadley, Massachusetts, Mount Holyoke is 90 minutes west of Boston and three hours north of New York City. We encourage prospective students to visit our beautiful campus, talk to professors and coaches, learn about the tremendous advantages of the Five College Consortium, tour our top-notch facilities, and chat with current students.


About the Person

Charles Greene is Vice President of Communications and Marketing at Mount Holyoke College. Previously, Charles held various senior marketing leadership roles in the industry.


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