Board: Richard L. Greene
Richard L. Greene
Richard L. Greene is a specialist in tax law and a founding partner of the San Francisco law firm Greene, Radovsky, Maloney, Share & Hennigh.
He has been a frequent lecturer in the tax field and a recipient of the V. Judson Klein Award for outstanding contributions to the field of taxation. He has served as co-chairman of the executive committee of the State Bar of California Taxation Section, past president of the San Francisco Barristers Club’s Tax Section, and president of the San Francisco Tax Litigation Club. Mr. Greene has also been an adjunct professor at Boalt Hall School of Law, conducted seminars at Stanford University and Hastings College of the Law, and taught courses at the University of San Francisco Law School. He is on the board of trustees and Executive Committee of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Mr. Greene is a member of the Executive Committee and trustee of the UC Berkeley Foundation, a member of the Athletic Director Advisory Board and the advisory board of the Bancroft Library, the Chair of the Berkeley Foundation Special Gift Audit Committee, a director of the Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning, and a Berkeley Fellow. He also serves as a director of other private charitable foundations.