Kimberly Green

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Kimberly Green, writer/director, who is currently working on Once There Was A Country, is the president of the Green Family Foundation, established by former U.S. Ambassador Steven J. Green. ...

"Ms. Green serves on the boards of the American Red Cross of Greater Miami and the Keys, Miami International Film Festival Advisory Board, Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, Inc. Advisory Board, and Big Brothers Big Sisters...

"Ms. Green has worked as a freelance writer, a special events director, project coordinator for the Head Start Program on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, and an arts teacher in a home for abused children. She has traveled extensively throughout Europe, India, Southeast Asia, Central America, Africa, and the Caribbean. In addition, Ms. Green is a frequent attendee of the President’s Renaissance Weekend retreats, has interned for two U.S. Senator’s, and has a degree in religious Studies focusing on Liberation Theology. Ms. Green currently lives in Miami Beach." [1]

She wrote, directed and produced the award-winning documentary Once There Was a Country: Revisiting Haiti. The film, narrated by Dr. Maya Angelou and Guy Johnson a documentary detailing the work of Medishare and Partners in Health in Haiti.

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  1. Credits, Once There Was A Country, accessed December 13, 2010.