- Harvey Greene
- Senior Vice President of Media Relations
Harvey Greene is in his 21st season with the Miami Dolphins, and was named as Senior Vice President - Media Relations in January of 2002. He and his staff are responsible for implementing the team's media policy on both a local and a national level.
During his tenure with the Dolphins, Greene and his staff twice were recipients of the Pete Rozelle Award, an annual honor awarded by the Professional Football Writers of America to the NFL's best public relations department. In addition, Greene also has worked on the NFL PR staff at 19 of the past 20 Super Bowls and at the 1992 Pro Bowl.
Prior to joining the Dolphins, Greene spent almost four seasons as the Director of Media Relations for the New York Yankees (1986-89), and three years as Director of Public Relations and Broadcasting for the Cleveland Cavaliers (1983-86), where he twice won the McHugh/ Splaver Award as the outstanding PR Director in the NBA. During his tenure with the Yankees and the Cavaliers, he was a member of league PR staffs for both the World Series and the NBA Finals.
On an international level, he served as an Assistant Venue Press Chief for the men's and women's basketball competition at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles and for the 1994 Soccer World Cup, supervised media center operations for figure skating and short-track speed skating at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, and was the Assistant Venue Press Chief for the World Baseball Classic in 2006 and 2009.
For more than 20 years, Greene was on the Board of Directors for the Max Kase B'nai B'rith Sports Lodge. He was a press officer at the 2004 Democratic Convention in Boston and served as a press advance lead for President Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Clinton during portions of her 2007-08 presidential campaign. He received his B.A. with honors from the University of Pennsylvania and resides in Parkland with his wife, Cathy.