Good Egg Founder and “Top Egg” Myrna Greenfield has worked in the food and beverage, marketing, health care, and hi-tech industries, and was employee #1 at Equal Exchange, a Fair Trade coffee and food cooperative. She’s the former director of Communications and Campaigns at Oxfam America and served at many other non-profits, including the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Fenway Community Health, and the Child Care Resource Center.
Greenfield is also a frequent speaker and trainer at conferences, events, and meetings. She’s presented for a wide variety of groups, including Jamaica Plain business owners, Cambridge corner stores and restaurant owners, Boston area non-profits, New England farmers and food producers, and business trainers. Her topics include product development, branding, sales and marketing strategies, website, and social media.
Whether helping to start the Egleston Farmers Market in Jamaica Plain, supporting political candidates, or facilitating the Boston Workmen’s Circle Jewish-Muslim Relations Committee, Greenfield has advocated and volunteered for hundreds of causes and organizations over the years.
She’s a board member for the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts and a former board member for Harvest Co-op Markets, Equal Exchange, and Sustainable Step New England. Greenfield is also active with Boston Master Urban Gardeners and Greater Boston Slow Money.
Myrna Greenfield was raised in the Chicago area and is now a proud resident of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. She holds an MBA from Simmons School of Management.