Building STRONGER GENERATIONS for at-risk women


February 28, 2008

Over her lifetime, Dr. Ludy Green has gained firsthand knowledge of a world that many women can’t even imagine. The daughter of a diplomat, she has traveled the globe, learned to speak five languages fluently and, most significantly, witnessed domestic violence at its worst. Now, Dr. Green will represent the United States as she takes her plight to end domestic abuse to the 2008 Global Summit of Women in Hanoi, Vietnam, June 5-7, 2008. In its 18th year, the Global Summit of Women brings together outstanding women from close to 100 countries across the globe. This year’s Summit, entitled "Women and Asia: Driving the Global Economy,” focuses heavily on the value of public-private partnerships as a vehicle for the advancement of girls and women.

“This is an amazing opportunity to collaborate with the world’s most dynamic women whose success in business, professional and governmental leadership truly sets them apart,” explains Dr. Green. “My goal is to educate world leaders on the importance of financial independence for battered and abused women”

Dr. Ludy Green is President and Founder of Second Chance Employment Services. With over 15 years of Human Resources experience, she holds a master's degree in HR Management and a doctorate in Industrial Organization Psychology. Dr. Green belongs to an extensive network of HR managers representing Fortune 500 companies and has served as a community activist for women's and children's issues for over 15 years.

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