Kimberly Green

President, Green Family Foundation

Kimberly Green is President of the Green Family Foundation and an accomplished philanthropist, writer and documentary-filmmaker. She has led the Green Family Foundation (GFF) since 1997, and under her leadership, GFF has spearheaded a variety of initiatives in Haiti and in her native Miami. Ms. Green, who directed and produced the award-winning documentary “Once There Was a Country: Revisiting Haiti” (narrated by Dr. Maya Angelou and Guy Johnson), also oversees the Cultural Committee for the Clinton Global Initiative Haiti Action Network. Furthermore, Ms. Green and GFF’s close association with FIU has resulted in the creation of both the Steven and Dorothea Green Library and the Digital Library of the Caribbean, as well as the establishing of NeighborhoodHELP (Health, Education, Learning, Program), where students of the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine work with medically under-served families throughout Miami-Dade County.

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