Marjorie B. Greene, EdM (Hon), OTR (1896–1980), was a pioneer in occupational therapy who was instrumental in establishing the original standards for education of occupational therapists. As curriculum director of one of the first 5 schools of occupational therapy, she helped steer the development of the profession in the World War I and pre- and post-World War II eras and helped establish the Massachusetts Association of Occupational Therapists, one of the first state associations. She took the Boston School of Occupational Therapy from a 3-month course in 1917 to a 5-year BS degree affiliated with Tufts College. She was the first recipient of the AOTA Pioneer Award. Read Greene’s In Memoriam.