Josh Greenberg ’93
“Health care is rapidly evolving. We need to ensure kids aren’t left out,” says Josh Greenberg. As vice president of government relations at Boston Children’s Hospital, Josh is deeply involved in issues that affect kids in the Bay State. Among his many responsibilities: oversight of fiscal and public policy issues, including work on Medicaid/CHIP, pediatric quality of care, child/public health concerns, research and medical education. Josh has been a member of policy leadership committees for the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and the Massachusetts Hospital Association and has served on the boards of several legal aid organizations.
New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Schenectady, New York
This co-op gave Josh an opportunity to improve his legal writing and analysis under the mentorship of Judge Howard Levine, who was subsequently elevated to the state’s highest court.
Greater Boston Legal Services, Boston, Massachusetts
Josh participated in an innovative program representing low-income parents in child support cases as a means to improve their economic situation while also working on related policy issues raised by Clinton-era welfare reform proposals.
Meehan, Boyle & Cohen, Boston, Massachusetts
Josh calls this “a terrific opportunity to work at one of Boston’s best small trial firms; it gave me real insight into how complex litigation is put together from discovery through the trial phase.”
Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Boston, Massachusetts
Josh worked primarily with senior attorneys to file, brief, argue and ultimately win a federal court injunction on behalf of homeless families seeking permanent housing — all in the space of one co-op.
- Founding Director, Medical-Legal Partnership for Children, Boston Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts
- Director, Massachusetts Covering Kids Initiative, Health Care For All, Boston, Massachusetts