Dr. Jayne D. Greenberg is presently a Program Director for the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. Previously, she has served as the District Director of Physical Education and Health Literacy for Miami-Dade County Public Schools for the past 22 years. Throughout her career, she has worked as an elementary, middle, and high school physical education teacher in public and private schools; a Region physical education coordinator; a high school and middle school administrator; and 12 years as an adjunct professor teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Methods, Sport Psychology, and Research.
Jayne has also served as a President of FAHPERD and chaired the Sport Development Committee for the USOC, USA Field Hockey. In 2005 was named as the National Physical Education Administrator of the Year; received the 2005 Highest Recognition Award by the US Secretary of Health; received the 2009 Point of Light Award by Florida Governor Charlie Crist; and was appointed to the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness in 2009. In 2011 Dr. Greenberg was appointed by President Obama to serve on the President’s Council for Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition; in 2012 was selected as an author on the Institute of Medicine Committee; in 2015 was named as the North America Chair for the International Sport and Culture Association; in 2016 was named as an Aspen Institute Scholar, received the 2016 North American Society of HPERD Professionals Award; and in 2017 received the Lifetime of Giving Award by Delta Psi Kappa and was named as the Education Sector Chair for the National Physical Activity Plan. In 2019 Dr. Greenberg was inducted into the SHAPE America Hall of Fame.
Dr. Greenberg is an international consultant: co-authored two books and published numerous articles, chapters, and has been a speaker at several state, national, and meetings; and has further secured over $39 million in federal and foundation grants.