Anne S. Greene
Anne S. Greene was a remarkable woman who gave her time, energy, wisdom, leadership, friendship, support–both personal and financial–to a variety of organizations. Her passionate commitment to volunteerism served as an incomparable model for the community. She had a leading role in instituting the Human Relations Council, the Performing Arts Fund (now Culture Works) and in merging the old Community Chest and Community Welfare Council into the United Way. She served on boards of numerous organizations and was the first woman appointed to the Board of Directors for the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce. One of her proudest accomplishments was serving as President of the Victoria Theatre Association and as Managing Director during the crucial two year period when the building was saved from demolition and restored. Anne Greene received many honors, including a 1987 Governor’s Award for the Arts.