Dr. Elisa Greene, Belmont associate professor in the College of Pharmacy, has been selected as a 2022 Nashville Business Journal Woman of Influence.
The honor recognizes 35 women in Middle Tennessee with an impressive track record of success. As the Nashville Business Journal notes, “winners are leading top companies and nonprofits, supporting their communities and inspiring those coming behind them.”
Through her work with the university over the past 10 years, Greene also has maintained a practice-site at Siloam Health where she has acted as the Ambulatory Care pharmacist, consulting directly with patients, collaborating with medical and office staff and training students to provide whole-person healthcare to the immigrant and refugee community in Nashville.
The Nashville Business Journal accepted nominations from the public for Women of Influence, and entries were reviewed by an independent panel of judges made of former Women of Influence winners.
Greene joins an impressive group of leaders in this year’s list including Becca Stevens, president and founder of Thistle Farms; Tuwisha Rogers-Simpson, vice president of brand and partnerships at the National Museum of African American Music; Berenice Oliva, community health worker at Siloam Health; Joycelyn Stevenson, executive director of Tennessee Bar Association, among others.
The Nashville Business Journal will recognize this year’s honorees in a special print piece published on May 13.