Green Family Foundation President Kimberly Green Featured in BlackBook Magazine
September 7, 2010
Our foundation's president, Kimberly Green, is featured in BlackBook Magazine, the insider's guide to style and culture. Culture writer extraordinaire John Hood featured her in his "Our Man in Miami" column this week. If you've ever wondered what the real Kimberly Green is about, don't miss this article.
Ms. Green speaks about her current projects, the foundation's role in Sinema anba Zetwal, the sights-and-sounds extravaganza that travels through Haiti, and her work with the Clinton Global Initiative. They also touch on some of the Green family's history, plus there's a little bit of Bettie Page thrown in.
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