Hale Kipa is pleased to announce that Jaime Green has joined its Board of Directors.
Green has a law degree and experience in child advocacy both in nonprofit organizations and in her role as the wife of Lt. Governor Josh Green.
“I am excited for this opportunity with Hale Kipa and I plan to use my experience in and passion for child advocacy to jump in and help where I’m needed,” Green said.
Green was born and raised on Oahu and grew up in Kaneohe. After graduating from the Iolani School, she received her bachelor’s degree from Brown University and a law degree from the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law. After practicing law for two years, Green decided to focus her career on child advocacy to improve the system as whole.
Green worked as a program coordinator for Project Visitation, which provides special events and monthly visits for siblings separated by the foster care system; as a Human Services Committee Clerk for Hawaii State Senator Suzanne Chun Oakland; and as volunteer guardian ad litem for the Hawaii State Judiciary. Since having children, she has focused on supporting the endeavors of her husband Lt. Governor Green and working on child advocacy issues from behind the scenes.
In her free time, Green enjoys family game nights, reading, cooking, knitting, and baking.