Hallie Greene majored in Computer Engineering while attending S.U.N.Y. New Paltz in upstate New York. She later received a certificate in paralegal studies from C.U.N.Y Queens College, where she was the recipient of the 2000 West Legal Studies Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Hallie began her career in the legal industry in 2000. Her first position was as a specialist working on a client pilot project to outsource their default portfolio. This was a highly competitive project where the client ranked the participating firms daily according to performance. Hallie quickly led the team to achieve the top ranking position which resulted in new clients and increased business for the firm. The volume increase led to the creation of a new department that handled nationwide services. Hallie developed and directed this department while also assisting in many other areas of firm operations.
Throughout her career within the industry, Hallie has participated in numerous management seminars, industry conferences, and conducted several client training sessions related to mortgage default services. She was a member of the USFN (United States Financial Network) Marketing Committee, ALFN (American Legal and Financial Network) JPEG (Junior Professionals and Executives) and WILL (Women in Legal Leadership) groups. Hallie was also very active in the NACTT (National Association of Chapter Thirteen Trustees) and participated in the Mortgage Committee. In 2020, Hallie was named as one of the "Top 25 Women of Law" by DS News.
Hallie is very active within organizations that provide services and supports to people with disabilities. She served on the AHRC Nassau County Board of Directors for 10 years and recently moved over to serve on the Citizens Operations Unlimited, Inc. Board of Directors. These organizations are among the largest non-profits on Long Island and have a special place in Hallie’s heart since her brother has been receiving their life-changing services for 20+ years. Hallie was also a member of the NYSARC Board of Governors where she participated in statewide meetings on behalf of AHRC Nassau in Albany. In addition, Hallie and her family are active supporters of the March of Dimes and coordinate a fundraising team to participate in the annual March for Babies. She is also a member of the New York State Department of Health IFaCT (Improving Family Centeredness Together) Committee.
Hallie is married and lives with her husband, their 3 year old son and her two stepchildren.