Dr. Green is an electrifying public speaker, Evangelist, and psalmist who’s traveled the nation spreading hope to many seeking life’s purpose. Throughout her ministerial and professional career, Dr. Green has facilitated focus groups on women’s empowerment matters, been the keynote speaker at conferences, and lectures on matters relating to purpose and Christian living. Her dynamic influence as a speaker is sought by Pastors and community advocates throughout the nation.
Dr. Green is now a member of Worship Center of Atlanta under the leadership of Pastor Luther C. McKinstry, where she was ordained as an Elder November 4, 2018. She serves on the Praise Team Ministry and Core Leader of the WCOATL Evangelistic Ministry Outreach.
Dr. Green has received public recognition and acknowledgements on her outstanding work in the community from various Pastors and public officials including, receiving a Proclamation from Mayor Mark Jackson and Senator James F. Clayborne Jr. both of Centreville, Illinois. She was also awarded the title of Queen of Clark Atlanta University in 1989. Dr. Green comes from a highly motivated family of community and ministry workers. Besides being the grand-daughter of Pastor Dr. Elijah Jones Sr. and late Ella Mae Jones, she is the only child of Deacon Albert and Evangelist Dr. Mae Russell. She has two children, Darius Jordan and Antonio Lee Jr., who are also very active in church ministry and both share their talents in the community and nationally. Dr. Green Motto is: The Life You Live Is the Lesson You Teach. One of her favorite scriptures is 1 Corinthians 2:9 But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. She’s a young woman on the move for Christ always ready and willing to do the work of God letting the world know “It’s Time to Stop Shacking with the Church and Get Married to the Church.”
Seeing something special in the Organization of Rightsideof50 I am blessed to be apart in helping and assisting all women that we come in contact with. On my journey I have learned you are never to busy to lend a hand to whom is in need, whether through an emotion, or an encouraging word. Serving God and his people is where I get my Joy.