Sally Greene, J.D., Ph.D.
Independent scholar, Adjunct Professor at Elon University Law School
Sally Greene brings a background in the humanities and the law to her work as a policymaker in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where she serves on the Town Council as mayor pro tem. She holds a J.D. from the George Washington University and a Ph.D. in English from UNC-Chapel Hill. A legal historian, her independent scholarship draws connections between the state’s civil rights history and current social and political issues. In 2007, she organized a symposium at the UNC School of Law on Thomas Ruffin and his historical legacy, the proceedings from which were published in the North Carolina Law Review (March 2009).