Marsha Greenberg, M.S., M.S. W., has a masters degrees in Child and Family Development and Social Work from the University of Michigan. As the Director of the Health Systems Child Care Program for over 14 years, she was responsible for over 250 children between the ages of 6 weeks and 6 years of age. She wrote the training manual for the program, designed the physical spaces and trained over 200 teachers specializing in infant toddler care including the training of Head Start staff in southeast Michigan.
Marhsa is also a certified childbirth educator. She has taught childbirth, postpartum, and newborn care classes for over 30 years in Michigan, New York and Atlanta.
Marhsa has lived in New York City since 2003, and she currently runs groups for new mothers, for mothers of toddlers, for mothers with special needs children and for working mothers. In She speaks regularly for Babybytes, a mother's luncheon group that meets monthly all over NYC, and Swellbeing, a support program for parents. She has discussed the struggles of working parents on-air in a Martha Stewart radio program.
Marsha teaches in the Early Childhood Special Education department at NYU and has a private psychotherapy practice in NYC.
Marsha is a mother of three grown sons and two grandsons, 3 and 7 months old.