Dr. Greta Strong is an Assistant Professor of Community Outreach Teaching in the Department of Neurology at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University. She chairs the Committee for Diversity,...More
Dr. Greta Strong is an Assistant Professor of Community Outreach Teaching in the Department of Neurology at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University. She chairs the Committee for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Department and Community Engagement Business Resource Group in the Office of Institutional Equity. She serves on the Weill Cornell Dean’s Community Advisory Board. She is an Adjunct Professor at Metropolitan College of New York, Executive Mentor, and Dissertation Committee Member at St. John Fisher College EdD program. She is a Fulbright Specialist whose focus is on community partnership for health and welfare through volunteerism.
Dr. Strong is vice-President of Vitiligo Bond Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization, which is a Coalition member group of the National Institutes of Health/National Institutes of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases. This foundation supports people living with Vitiligo. She is co-Chair of the Women’s Roundtable Action Platform of Trinidad and Tobago, a group of women in the diaspora connecting, engaging, and empowering other dynamic women locally and globally through mentorship, education, and training. She is also an Advisor and board member of several grassroots organizations dedicated to the health and welfare of women and children in underserved areas of the world through philanthropic assistance.
For her dedication to educating and enriching the lives of communities here and abroad, she has received proclamations, congressional recognition, and official citations from the New York State Senate, elected officials, and community leaders. She is the recipient of many awards, most notably, National Medal of Honor for Inspiring Initiative; National Council of Negro Women’s Executive Leadership Award; MIPO Award - Outstanding Citizenship Hall of Fame; One Hundred Black Men, Inc., Global Citizen Award; Weill Cornell Medicine’s Pioneers in Diversity Award; Metropolitan College of New York Crystal Award; St. John Fisher College, Ralph C. Wilson, Jr., School of Education Award for Exemplary Performance in Leadership; and Haitian-American Business Network Chamber of Commerce, Leadership and Service Award.Less