GREG ROSENBERG is the Co-Director of the Center for Community Land Trust Innovation. He is also the principal of Rosenberg and Associates, with a consulting practice focusing in the areas of organizational development, affordable and sustainable housing, urban agriculture, web development, and all things relating to community land trusts.
Greg was a founding board member of both the National Community Land Trust Network (U.S.) and the Community Land Trust Academy, and served as the first Academy Director through 2011. Prior to coming to the CLT Network, he was the executive director of the Madison Area Community Land Trust (Madison, Wisconsin), where he was the lead developer for Troy Gardens, a nationally award-winning urban ecovillage project featuring a working farm, community gardens, a restored prairie, interpretive nature trails, and a 30-unit mixed-income green built cohousing project.
He has taught workshops all across the U.S., focusing on community land trusts, sustainable development practices, housing for people with disabilities, and urban agriculture. Greg is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School, and holds certifications as an Advanced Practice Social Worker and LEED Accredited Professional. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, a Masters in Social Work degree from Boston University, and a Juris Doctor degree (cum laude) from the University of Wisconsin law School.