About the Greenbergs
Recognizing that, despite its prevalence, bladder cancer tends to receive less attention and funding than other cancers, Erwin L. Greenberg and his wife, Stephanie Cooper Greenberg, chose to make a meaningful difference by directing their $15 million gift toward this single area of immense need. The Greenbergs hope the co-investment with the Johns Hopkins University will help the Institute promote discovery, improve patient care and outcomes, and ultimately drive the global field of bladder cancer research closer to a cure.
Erwin L. Greenberg and Stephanie Cooper Greenberg
Erwin L. Greenberg and his wife, Stephanie Cooper Greenberg, discuss bladder cancer and their donation that established the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute. It is a collaborative initiative of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, the Brady Urological Institute, the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the School of Medicine.
Meet Stephanie Cooper Greenberg
Stephanie Cooper Greenberg has had careers in banking, investment banking, small business ownership, fundraising and non-profit development in Boston, New Orleans, Washington and Baltimore.
Ms. Cooper Greenberg is a member of the Board of Trustees of Johns Hopkins Bayview and serves on many other advisory boards at Johns Hopkins. She was appointed to the State of Maryland Cancer Control Board in 2014.
With her husband Erwin, Ms. Cooper Greenberg is a director of the Erwin & Stephanie Greenberg Foundation, which focuses its funding initiatives toward human service, education, and medical research.
Meet Erwin L. Greenberg
Erwin L. Greenberg is Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Greenberg Gibbons Commercial Corporation, based in Owings Mills, Maryland, developers of retail shopping centers in the Mid-Atlantic region and nationally.
Mr. Greenberg is a member of the Advisory Board of the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center.
In May of 2014, the Greenbergs established the Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute, a $45 million dollar co-investment with Johns Hopkins University.