Alan Greenberger

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Mr. Greenberger is a Distinguished Teaching Professor at Drexel University.

In his prior role, Mr. Greenberger served as the Executive Director of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission. He was also the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development and Director of Commerce for the City.

Mr. Greenberger has been with the City of Philadelphia since 2008. Prior to that, he was in private practice as an architect and planner with MGA Partners and its predecessor, Mitchell/Giurgola Architects.
 During his 34 years in private practice, he was the principal designer on numerous architectural, urban design and planning projects. Among his notable projects are the Salvation Army Kroc Corps Community Center in Philadelphia; the West Chester University College of Visual and Performing Arts Center; the renovation of Lehigh University's historic Linderman Library; new campus plan and pavilions at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts; the America on Wheels Museum in Allentown; new campus plan and buildings for the National Foreign Affairs Training Center; and the Master Plan for the Centennial District in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park.

He serves on the boards of numerous civic and cultural organizations in Philadelphia including the Fairmount Park Art Association, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation and Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation. He is also a co-founder of the Design Advocacy Group of Philadelphia, a 1000 member organization that is a model of design advocacy nationwide.

Alan Greenberger is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and is on the faculty of the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania.