Darrell Green successfully served as a Staff Development Professional and Project Administrator with the Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS). For more than 8 years he provided training and staff development for DFCS Administrators, Supervisors and frontline Case Managers. During his 25 years of service in child welfare, Mr. Green has served as a Project Administrator with the Carter Center of Emory University, a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Coordinator in Fulton County Juvenile Court, a community organizer, a parenting course instructor and a parenting curriculum developer with a focus on initiatives for non-custodial fathers.
As a professional speaker and trainer, Mr. Green has delivered numerous keynotes and workshop presentations at professional conferences and training events. As the father of three sons, Mr. Green is passionate about his role as a parent and committed to helping other fathers embrace their responsibility as parents.