Alumni Volunteer Salute – Alex Greene
Alex Greene of Memphis, Tenn., is a 2004 graduate of Mississippi State in biological engineering. Alex went on to earn a Master of Science from the joint biomedical engineering program, a partnership between the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and the University of Memphis. Alex’s degrees are put to good use daily in his role as director of clinical and regulatory at Bionova Medical.
Originally from Pace, Fla., Alex serves as the president of the Memphis, Tenn., Alumni Chapter, also known as the Memphis Maroon Club. The chapter hosts game-watching gatherings, student recruiting events, and charity events like their annual golf tournament. Alex joined the chapter board in 2008, and served as the chapter’s vice president in 2010 and 2011.
“I volunteer with the Alumni Association because it is my way to help make sure MSU is well represented in Memphis so that our university and its alumni can see an active MSU presence in this community,” Alex said. “As president, I am fortunate to have a great team of board members and active alumni in the area who help make that possible.”
Alex’s wife Robyn is also a 2004 MSU graduate. Together they have a daughter, Korbyn. Their family is active at Christ United Methodist Church in Memphis. Alex says his favorite MSU memory is watching the Bulldog baseball team defeat Clemson in the 2007 NCAA Super Regional in Starkville.
“I still enjoy returning to campus throughout the year for tailgating, games and other events,” said Alex. “I am proud of my university, and I want to see others continue to experience what I had the opportunity to experience.”
The MSU Alumni Association thanks Alex for his leadership and dedication to our university. His efforts help promote the Bulldog spirit around our country.