Elaine Greenberg is the National Chief of the Municipal Securities and Public Pensions Unit in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Enforcement. She also serves as the Associate Director for Enforcement in the SEC's Philadelphia Regional Office, where she oversees the SEC's Enforcement program in the Mid-Atlantic region. Ms. Greenberg joined the SEC's Philadelphia Office as an Enforcement Staff Attorney in 1987. She was promoted to the position of Branch Chief in 1994, to the position of Assistant Director in 2001, and to the position of Associate Director in December 2006. She has also served as the Co-Chair of the Enforcement Division's national Municipal Securities Working Group. In January 2010, Ms. Greenberg was appointed to her present position. During her tenure with the Commission, Ms. Greenberg has brought many significant and groundbreaking cases, particularly in the areas of municipal securities and public pensions practices, revenue sharing between broker-dealers and mutual fund advisers, financial and accounting fraud, insider trading, best execution, market manipulation, offering fraud, and investment adviser and broker-dealer fraud. Ms. Greenberg, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate, received her B.A. and J.D. degrees from Temple University.