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Robert Louis Green, American counselor. Recipient Scholarship Florida State University, 1963; named Postsecondary Counselor of the Year Georgia School Counselor Association, 1989.


Green, Robert Louis was born on February 19, 1942 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Son of Samuel Harold and Ruth Charlotte (Ehrlich) Green.


Bachelor of Science in Education, Florida State University, 1966. Master of Science in Guidance, Florida State University, 1967. Educational Specialist in Guidance, Georgia State University, 1971.


Salesman, Universal laboratories, Tampa, 1960;information specialist, United States Army, El Paso, Texas, 1962-1963;graduate assistant, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, 1965-1966;teacher, Cross Keys High School, Atlanta, 1966-1967;counselor, Carver Vocational High School, Atlanta, 1967-1968;counselor, Peachtree High School, Atlanta, 1968-1969;head counselor, Open Campus High School, Clarkston, Georgia, 1969-1971;recruiter, DeKalb Community College, Clarkston, 1969-1985;recruiter, admission specialist, DeKalb Technology Institute, Clarkston, since 1985. President Unicorn Tradewinds, Ltd., Atlanta, since 1982. Instructor Timex Corporation, Atlanta, 1975, Texas Instruments, Atlanta, 1977.

Programmer State of Georgia, Atlanta, 1989-1990.


Education vice president Congregation Beth Shalom, 1980. Member Georgia College Personnel Association, Georgia Vocational Association, DeKalb Association Educators, DeKalb School Counselor Association, American Association for Counseling and Development, Georgia School Counselor Association, Northern DeKalb Lodge 714 (secretary-treasurer 1970-1971).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: computer programming, music, traveling.


Married Gisella Elizabeth Thomas, April 22, 1967. Children: David, Derek.