Joy G. Greenberg

Joy Grenadier Greenberg, elected June 13, 2011

Joy Greenberg, currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia and grew up in Memphis, TN, where she worked in her high school and early college years at the Memphis Jewish Community Center. She earned her B.S. degree in Communications, with a minor in art education, from the University of Tennessee.

Greenberg presently serves as Chair of the Communications Committee at HUC-JIR and Chaired the Presidential Search for HUC-JIR in 2018. She is a Vice President of the Board of the Jewish Book Council and a Panel Judge for the National Jewish Book Awards.

In Atlanta, she and her husband, Alan, actively support many community services, including The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta, The Davis Academy, and their synagogue Temple Sinai.

While residing in New York, where her three children were born, Greenberg worked for Meredith Corporation’s Metropolitan Home magazine and as a docent volunteer in the Education Department of The Museum of Modern Art.

Her communal leadership in Knoxville, TN, during 1989-1994, included serving on the boards and committees of the Jewish Community Center, where she chaired the Preschool Committee, the Knoxville Jewish Federation, Heska Amuna Synagogue; and the Knoxville Museum of Art, where she served on the board and worked as a docent volunteer.