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Dr. Green is the owner of Green Enterprizes, counseling, consulting and training firm, established in 1983.  In addition to counseling services which she provides to individuals, couples, families, and groups, Dr. Green  specializes in cultural diversity consulting and leadership development with educational institutions, corporations, social service agencies, and health organizations. Dr. Green works with diversity teams, conducts cultural audits and assists organizations in developing a strategic plan for diversity.   Dr. Green designs, and facilitates training programs and reviews training materials and employee handbooks.

Education & Training:

Dr. Green holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Masters of Social work (M.S.W.) degree from Indiana University.  She has a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)  degree in Psychology from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.  Dr. Green is Certified as a Minority Business, and is a licensed as a Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), and a licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). 

She is Certified as a Drug Counselor (CDC) and an Alcoholism Counselor (CAC). Dr. Green has completed training to administer the Myers Briggs Temperament Type Inventory, has participated in the Covey Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Seminars, Developing Capable Young People Training, and the Greenleaf Center Servant Leadership Training.


Jackie’s extensive travels in Africa and the Caribbean have enriched her understanding of diversity.  In addition to her private practice, which caters to women and people of color, Jacqualyn also works with schools, health care institutions and community organizations. as well boards and management and corporations to provide seminars on leadership development, communication skills, type preferences and conflict management.

​She has extensive experience in the banking industry and educational institutions.

She has worked extensively throughout the United States and has begun to work abroad.  Jackie has presented at numerous workshops and conferences.  Dr. Green presented a paper on Diversity and Chemical Dependency in Egypt and a paper on Aging & Diversity in Toronto, Canada.


Dr. Green has authored two books with accompanying workbooks.   “Spiritual Resilience” is a guide for assisting those seeking increased spiritual strength.  This book provides documentation regarding African American health, economic, relationship, and spiritual challenges and offers positive options for growth.  ​​


Her publication, Racial Resilience features student recommendations regarding what is needed to succeed in college, whether you attend a Predominantly White Institution (PWI) or Historically Black College & University (HBCU).  The workbook, geared toward high school students, allows them to assess their academic strengths and challenges.​ Her most recent book Grandmama Mama Drama details custody issues and grandparent rights and privileges. 

"Dr. Green provides a safe atmosphere for people to share  experiences, ask questions and delve into topics that may be uncomfortable.  I have attended several Diversity Workshops led by Dr. Green."  R. Brown, 6- 2012.

Dr. Green has received numerous awards for her work within the profession and her community.  Some of her awards include:  the Sagamore of the Wabash (State of Indiana), Phyllis Wheatley (YWCA), Mary McLeod Bethune (NCNW), Trailblazer Award and Creative Leadership Award (National Association of Black Social Workers) and Breakthrough Women Award (Coalition of 100 Black Women).  One of Dr. Green’s favorite quotes is:“The elevator to success is out of order.  You have to take the stairs – one step at a time.”I

One of Dr. Green’s favorite quotes is:

The elevator to success is out of order.  You have to take the stairs – one step at a time”                                                                    - Joe Girard

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