Headshot of Marion Greenup.

Marion Greenup

Special advisor, SFARI
Simons Foundation

Marion Greenup joined the Simons Foundation in 2007 as senior vice president for administration and provided support for The Transmitter since its inception. She has a Master of Public Health from Columbia University and a Master of Arts in Education in Early Childhood Development from Tulane University. Previous positions included administrative roles at the NYU Child Study Center, Columbia University Health Sciences, and the Department of Pediatrics. She also served as senior vice president of education and health promotion at the March of Dimes.

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