Fran has a national private practice working with singles who are stuck in a dating drought and want to find the love of their life and with couples who want to transform their troubled relationships into loving ones!
Fran is the former Director of Flirting, advice columnist, and spokesperson for Match.com.
Fran is also well known and highly respected for her expertise as an online dating consultant.
She is highly successful in helping singles navigate the maze of online dating.
Fran has been a guest lecturer for the Learning Annex, Princess Cruises, Columbia University, Franklin Pierce College, Stony Brook University, Goucher College, Queens College, Town of Brookhaven, Emanuel League, Austin Travel, Phoenix Insurance Fund, United Cerebral Palsy, the Epilepsy Foundation, and New York Association for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Fran has been a featured speaker at conferences, libraries, mental health organizations, adult education, women’s groups, high schools, singles groups, resort hotels, and corporations. She has taught at Adelphi University and Cornell University.
Fran Greene is an international television and radio personality who has appeared on FIOS 1, Wingman, Push Pause, Dateline NBC, The Today Show, The Travel Channel, Phil Donahue, Joan Rivers, Nipon TV,Canadian Broadcasting Company, U.S.A. Live, Gordon Elliot, News 12, Fox News, Bill O’Reilly, MSNBC, Good Day New York, and Real Personal.
Fran has been featured in the New York Times, CNN.Com, The Daily Meal.com, Wall Street Journal, Newsday, Daily News, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, CLEO, Self, French Elle, Style, and Good Housekeeping and In Touch Weekly.
Fran is a sought after group facilitator for separated and divorced adults, widows and widowers, adults with disabilities, and interfaith couples.
Fran is known for her enthusiastic, interactive and uplifting style. Her humor, compassion, charisma, and wit make her programs unforgettable. She can transform a room full of strangers into an intimate gathering of friends while making you feel that you are the most important person there.