Kimberly Greene-Liebowitz is a board-certified emergency physician who has worked in hospitals and urgent care centers throughout metropolitan New York. In the past few years, she has segued to writing, editing and advocacy. She earned her medical degree at Temple University School of Medicine and completed her training at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Prior to her career in clinical medicine, Greene-Liebowitz earned a Master of Public Health in epidemiology at The George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in biology/biochemistry at Cornell University. She has worked with major healthcare consulting, pharmaceutical and public health organizations, which has given her a broad view of healthcare and the ability to see how its facets interconnect. She is a critical thinker and consults original sources and research to inform her decisions.
Greene-Liebowitz is the co-editor of What We Bring to the Practice of Medicine: Perspectives from Women Physicians (April 2023), and is the author of the introduction and several essays within the book. She authored a chapter in The Hidden Epidemic: Confronting Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Her work has been published on multiple local and national websites. Currently, she is working on a kosher, gluten-free cookbook and two fictional novels (middle grade and adult).
Greene-Liebowitz lives in Westchester County, New York with her husband and two children. After their older child was diagnosed with celiac disease at the age of eight, Greene-Liebowitz became a celiac advocate online and locally. In her spare time, she writes, reads, creates gluten-free/kosher recipes, and indulges her family’s baseball habit.