Dr. Greenwood is engaged in post-secondary education intended to better the health and well-being of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children, families and communities. For more than two decades she has focused her work on early childhood education. She has been an expert advisor on over 35 occasions: the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF’s international committee for the development of the Indigenous Children’s Digest, the Government of Canada’s Senate Subcommittee on Population Health, and the Office of the Children’s Advocate of BC have all called upon her expertise. She led the development of, and was a contributing author to, UNICEF Canada’s report “Leaving No Child Behind.” She has served on over 50 provincial, national and international advisory committees and working groups. In 2002, she was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Metal for her lifetime work for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children in Canada.