Catherine Greene
Catherine  Greene
Director of Operations

Alma Mater:
North Carolina


Catherine Greene begins her sixth season as a member of the Georgia Tech women's basketball staff in 2017-18 and her fifth as Director of Basketball Operations.

Greene will work closely with Joseph in overseeing all aspects of the program's day-to-day operations. Greene will oversee the Yellow Jackets' team travel, promotional and fundraising efforts, community service initiatives and community relations. Greene will also serve as the director of the MaChelle Joseph Basketball Camps and the liaison for academics and the Total Person Program.

She joined the Tech staff for the 2012-13 season as associate director of basketball operations after spending the previous two and a half years working full-time in event operations at the University of North Carolina.

During her time at UNC, Greene served as director or co-director of more than 10 NCAA or ACC postseason championship events. She also worked as the gameday manager for the Tar Heels' men's and women's soccer, field hockey, women's basketball, men's and women's lacrosse and baseball teams.

Greene graduated from North Carolina in 2008 with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Sociology and from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a Public Relations concentration. She earned a Masters of Arts in Exercise and Sport Science with a sport administration specialization in 2010.

During her undergraduate career, Greene served as a manager for the Tar Heels' women's basketball team and was the head manager for three years. While she was with UNC, the Tar Heels won four ACC championships and advanced to the 2006 and 2007 Final Fours. As a graduate student, Greene was a graduate student assistant for the women's team for one season before serving as the graduate intern for the Dean E. Smith Center. Greene helped start and run several youth basketball clinics in North Carolina.

Greene was born in Gastonia, N.C., and played high school basketball with former Yellow Jacket Tiffany Blackmon.