Greenebaum Enterprises’ Founder, Stewart Greenebaum, had over 40 years of real estate development experience. Stewart’s “muddy boots” beginning – learning the business first hand by walking the land and getting to know each community extensively – is ingrained in the company today. Homework, crucial to his ability to succeed in the early days, remains a company hallmark and is key to its industry-leading track record.
Recognized as a prominent civic leader and philanthropist in Baltimore, Stewart held several key leadership positions with the University of Maryland including: past Chairman of the Board of the University of Maryland Medical System, Chairman Emeritus and member of the Board of Advisors for the UM Institute of Human Virology, and served as a member of the University of Maryland School of Medicine Board of Visitors.
Along with his wife, Marlene, Stewart founded the Marlene Greenebaum Multidisciplinary Breast Center at Hadassah University Medical Center in Israel. He was one of only five American Directors of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. He was a founding Chairman of the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Resource Network and Board Member of Profectus BioSciences, Inc. He founded Shoshana S. Cardin Jewish High School in Baltimore, MD, and along with Marlene were founders of the Children’s Hospital at Johns Hopkins.
Stewart also received many humanitarian awards, including the BZD Humanitarian Award, Institute of Human Virology Lifetime Humanitarian Achievement Award and was named Philanthropist of the Year by the National Society of Fund Raising Executives.
- Past Chairman of the Board, University of Maryland Medical System
- Board of Advisors, University of Maryland School of Medicine
- Board of Advisors, Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center
- One of five American Directors of Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem
- Along with his wife, Marlene, Founder of the Marlene Greenebaum Multidisciplinary Breast Center at Hadassah University Medical Center in Israel
- Chairman Emeritus and Member, Board of Advisors for the Baltimore-based
Institute of Human Virology
- Founding Chair, American Cancer Society’s Cancer Resource Network
- Board Member, Profectus BioSciences, Inc.
- Founder with Marlene, Children’s Hospital at Johns Hopkins
- Founding President, Shoshana S. Cardin Jewish High School in Baltimore, MD