Assistant Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer Named at Duquesne
John G. Greeno has been named assistant vice president and chief human resources officer at Duquesne University, effective Thursday, Oct. 1.
"I am excited to be joining the Duquesne University community and to have the opportunity to support its mission of service, excellence in education and concern for moral and spiritual values," said Greeno. "Having been in Pittsburgh for over 30 years, I appreciate Duquesne's reputation for excellence and the positive contributions that it makes to the region and beyond."
Greeno currently serves as associate vice president of human resources at Georgetown University, where he works on a broad range of projects and issues, including implementation of a new service delivery model and workflows, creating centers of excellence and campus partners. He supervises the Training and Development Group, the Human Resource Information System team and the director of human resources for the Georgetown Medical Center, and serves on the Human Capital Management Steering Committee.
In addition, Greeno has developed and taught numerous training and development courses that focus on management skills and compliance. As an attorney, he has substantial experience in labor relations and collective bargaining.
"John's deep understanding and commitment to mission and service to others, coupled with his broad base of experience in all the functional areas within human resources, will enable him to provide proactive and strategic leadership and enhance service delivery to the Duquesne community," said David R. Beaupré, vice president for management and business.
Before joining Georgetown, Greeno was assistant vice chancellor of human resources from 1998-2014 at the University of Pittsburgh, where he served as associate general counsel from 1995-1998. Previously, he was an associate attorney and member of Doepken, Keevican & Weiss, PC, and an associate attorney at Berkman, Ruslander, Pohl, Lieber & Engel.
Greeno earned a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and a bachelor's of arts in psychology at Stanford University.
"I especially look forward to connecting with the people here, engaging in robust dialogue throughout the campus that will help human resources to provide excellent service to faculty and staff members as they do the important work of the University," added Greeno.
Founded in 1878, Duquesne is consistently ranked among the nation's top Catholic universities for its award-winning faculty and tradition of academic excellence. Duquesne, a campus of nearly 9,500 graduate and undergraduate students, has been nationally recognized for its academic programs, community service and commitment to sustainability. Follow Duquesne University on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.