Bryan GreenPresident & CEO
For Bryan Green, President and CEO of Helping Hands Ministries, Inc., "Helping others has always provided both personal and spiritual gratification. I have been fortunate to have been on the receiving end of wonderful personal relationships in which individuals have played key roles in my life. My job is not just a job; it is a way of life, an extension of my Christian faith and being.”
Born in New York, Bryan attended parochial school and then was graduated from the Hoosac School, an Episcopal boarding school. Having graduated from Nova Southeastern University, Bryan has also completed studies at the University of Miami. Now residing in Clarksville, Georgia, Bryan and his wife Cheryl, who have been married for 19 years, have two children Brittany and Connor. The Greens are members of The Torch Church in nearby Cornelia, Georgia.
For many years, Bryan served as an administrator in various independent boarding schools. When he received the opportunity to join Helping Hands Ministries, Bryan sensed a real calling from God. He extends that calling into his community involvement. He is president of Prevent Child Abuse for Habersham County and has been a ten-year Rotarian. Bryan also serves on various charitable, civic, and school boards where he shares his expertise and concern for others. His outgoing and approachable personality and his sense of humor have enabled him to be an effective President who enjoys helping others extend a helping hand.
There are no words to express my deep appreciation to you, Helping Hands Ministries. Throug...
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