Virginia Green appointed director of Claremont Core at CLU

Claremont Lincoln University recently announced that it has appointed Virginia Green as director of the Claremont Core—a required set of coursework that incorporates mindfulness, dialogue, collaboration and change into all the university’s academic programs.

Ms. Green is a longtime, award-winning university instructor and administrator, with a background as a business executive and consultant. She has taught at multiple institutions including Pepperdine University, Woodbury University, Argosy University and the University of Phoenix. Her business affiliations include distinguished companies such as Baxter Pharmaceuticals, the American Red Cross, Southwest Airlines, HBO, 3M Corporation and more.

She was business development counselor and lead faculty for Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Businesses program, a $500 million investment to help entrepreneurs create jobs and economic opportunity throughout the US, and has earned faculty awards at University of Phoenix, Woodbury and Los Angeles Valley College.

Ms. Green has a PhD in Organizational Management from Capella University, an MBA with distinction from New York Institute of Technology, master’s degrees in business administration and culture and communication from New York University, and other post-graduate and certificate work.

Claremont Lincoln University’s mission is to put wisdom to work in the world. Its proprietary Claremont Core methodology enriches the learning experience with mindfulness, dialogue, collaboration and change, enabling students across a variety of sectors to implement change for good. The university offers master’s degrees in ethical leadership, interfaith action and social impact. For information, visit


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