Mark Greenwold, B.A. ’66, is an attorney in Washington, D.C. and Senior Consultant to the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, the leading global and national advocacy organization for tobacco control. Mr. Greenwold advises the Campaign on federal and state regulatory issues and represents a coalition of national public health groups in litigation regarding tobacco control. Mr. Greenwold also represents States and local governments in litigation against the tobacco industry. Previously, Mr. Greenwold served as the first Chief Counsel for Tobacco for the National Association of Attorneys General, where he represented all the States in the implementation and defense of the tobacco Master Settlement Agreement of 1998. Mr. Greenwold had previously spent 27 years in private practice in Washington specializing in complex civil litigation. While in private practice he worked with the Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs on matters ranging from asylum to disability rights.
Mr. Greenwold graduated from Yale with a B.A. degree magna cum laude in History, the Arts and Letters in 1966 and from Harvard Law School with a J.D. degree cum laude in 1969. Mr. Greenwold served on the Board of Governors of the Association of Yale Alumni and is a past President of the Yale Club of Washington. He is also classical pianist. He and his wife, Betty, reside in Washington, D.C. They have three children, Amanda, B.A. ’92, J.D. ’98, an attorney in Washington; Simon, B.S. ’95, a computer engineer in Boston; and Diana, B.A. ’05, an art museum curator in Portland, Maine. They also have five grandchildren.