Paulette Greenberg
Paulette GreenbergFounder

Paulette’s Bio

Along with her husband, Paulette Greenberg founded the Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance in November 2003. She has a rich and varied background in community service and has received numerous awards.

Paulette has served on over 22 non-profit boards in the Pikes Peak region. She worked on the opening of the Colorado Springs Airport and the World Arena. While a member of the Junior League, she assisted with their fundraising. A year after 9/11, she was responsible for bringing then-New York mayor Rudy Giuliani as the speaker for the first Reach Your Peak fundraiser for UCCS. She started the Heart Ball and the Go Red for Women Educational Day which won the award for the best Go Red event in the country.

Additionally, she served as president of Temple Shalom and vice-president of Hadassah and Temple Shalom Sisterhood. Along with David, they co-chaired the United Jewish appeal and Israeli Bonds. They were instrumental in the relocation of a Jewish-Russian family to Colorado Springs.

Currently, she in on the FEMA board at United Way and helps Mt. Carmel Veterans’ Service Center with fundraising. Paulette also assisted with The Gazette’s 2018 Empty Stocking Fund which provides 20 area non-profits with monies to help needy families. She chairs the GCLT’s committee on fundraising to provide programs.

In 2007, The Gazette named her the best philanthropist in Colorado Springs. She received the Service to Mankind Award from the Sunset Sertoma Club for significant and meritorious service, the Legacy Volunteer Award, and Volunteer of the Year Award twice from the American Heart Association for Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. The Girl Scouts named her as one of the Women of Distinction, and the Colorado Springs Business Journal selected her as one of the Women of Influence.