Paul has been a SCORE mentor for four years after a 40 year career as a trade association executive. He held senior executive management positions in a number of national trade organizations including the Mortgage Bankers Association, United States Telecom Association, Information Technology Association of America and Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries. Paul enjoys helping SCORE constituents try to achieve their dreams and success through his knowledge of business planning, implementation of desired business plans, organizational management, problem solving, revenue generation and managing strategic objectives for both profit and non-profit entities. In 1977, as an executive with B’nai B’rith International, he and his colleagues were held hostage in the first major terrorism and hostage incident in the United States. His experiences in this event have led to his first book, Forgotten Hostages, A Personal Account of Washington’s First Major Terrorism Incident. He has related this event to thousands of individuals through speeches and programs around the country. Outside his volunteer mentoring, his consulting organization Paul Green Enterprises offers management and business consultative services to companies, associations and individuals. Additionally, Paul is a volunteer reader for the visually impaired at Washington Ear, does pro bono consulting for nonprofit organizations for Montgomery County, Maryland and serves on a number of committees at Or Chadash Congregation in Damascus, Maryland. He and his wife Jane split their time between the Maryland and South Florida areas and have two grown daughters, Emily and Jessica and 4 grandchildren. Paul received his undergraduate degree in History from the University of Miami and obtained a Masters Degree in Management and Administration from The George Washington University.
Originally published in The Frederick News Post