Tana Greene CEO MyWorkChoice


A recognized thought leader in her field, Tana co-founded and built a national staffing corporation that operates in more than twenty states and places more than 10,000 temporary employees in transportation and light industrial. Most recently she guided the transformation of Strataforce from its original light industrial staffing model into MyWorkChoice, an e-staffing, tech enabled platform which includes self-scheduling to allow workers to take control of their hours and time worked.  It has produced dramatic declines in turnover, improved daily show rates to beyond 97% , and entirely eliminated overtime within its customer base. It is completely revolutionizing staffing as we know it.

In her first book, Creating a World of Difference, Tana shares her philosophy and approach to business, which is to create a culture of engagement that results in high performance.  The Greene Group foundation, by the same name as the book, sets aside a portion of corporate profits to benefit employees of client companies.  This cause has become a driving force for cultural excellence.


Tana speaks to audiences not only about her approach to business but her own life story and experience with domestic violence.  As a member of the Steering Committee to raise money for a new women’s shelter in Charlotte, she advocates on behalf of victims of domestic violence.  She currently appears in numerous television, radio and print awareness ads for the education of domestic violence in the state of NC.


Honors and recognitions include:


  • 2015, 2014 -  Largest Woman Owned Business in NC
  • 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2008, 2007 - Top 5000 fastest growing national companies INC Magazine
  • 2017, 2016 - 50 fastest growing woman owned companies American Express
  • 2016 – Top 100 Fastest Growing Firms American Staffing Association


·        2016 – Best Places to Work Monster


The Greene Group does business as MyWorkChoice and Road Dog Drivers. In addition to growing her own corporation, Tana is an active member of Women President’s Organization and serves on boards for the Safe Alliance and The Employers Association.