Bio - Michael Greaney

Michael D. Greaney, BBA, MBA, CPA, is Secretary of the Center for Economic and Social Justice, based in Arlington VA. Mr. Greaney is a Certified Public Accountant, is CESJ’s Secretary, volunteer Director of Research and a member of the executive committee. He has audited profit and non-profit organizations throughout the world, with the American Red Cross, Georgetown University Medical Center, and the U.S. Federal Election Commission. In his consulting work in ESOP administration, Mr. Greaney authored the ESOP Administration and Accounting Manual for the Alexandria Tire Company of Egypt, the first employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) in a developing country.

Mr. Greaney, who has authored books and numerous articles on expanded ownership, money and credit, and social development, was a co-author of CESJ’s 2005 book, Capital Homesteading for Every Citizen: A Just Free Market Solution for Saving Social Security (Economic Justice Media), and a contributing author and the associate editor of the book, Curing World Poverty: The New Role of Property, published in 1994 by Social Justice Review. In 2002 he was awarded first place by the American Numismatic Association for his series on “A Millennium of Irish Coinage, AD 1001-2002,” published by World Coin News.

Mr. Greaney received his B.B.A. in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame in 1977 and his M.B.A. from the University of Evansville. He received CESJ’s Soldier of Justice Award in 1994. Mr. Greaney is also a board member and Director of ESOP Administration Services of Equity Expansion International, which provides ESOP investment banking and consulting services world-wide. He is the President and co-founder of Once-and-Future Books, an internet venture, republishing long-lost works of literature that strive to present universal moral principles.

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