Company: LE&ED Consulting LLC
Location: Clarksburg, Maryland, United States
Althea Green, PhD, owner of LE&ED Consulting LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners and Entrepreneurs for dedication, achievements, and leadership in academic consulting.
Drawing on more than four decades of experience to her credit, Dr. Green has cultivated a fulfilling career in the field of education. Specializing in academic leadership and consulting, she recently became the owner of LE&ED Consulting LLC in 2023, having otherwise thrived as a freelance mentor and educator since 2022. In her current roles, she excels in guiding students through leisure courses involving research and writing, in addition to mentoring students and assisting with school projects. Prior to her current appointments, Dr. Green worked as the director of recruitment and outreach at the F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine of the United States Department of Defense from 2012 to 2022.
Before beginning her professional career, Dr. Green honorably served in the United States Army from 1977 to 2012, during which time she excelled as a soldier, trainer, educator and mentor. In the later years of her service, she began advising several of her senior officers, notably serving as the senior enlisted advisor to the commanding general and chief executive officer of the Southeast Regional Medical Command from 2001 to 2005. Likewise, she was the senior enlisted advisor to the Army Surgeon General from 2007 to 2012.
A decorated veteran, Dr. Green was honored with an Order of Military Medical Merit in 1998, and she received a Distinguished Service Medal from the Army in 2011. As part of her vocational journey, she also pursued a formal education. In addition to holding a Bachelor of Science in business administration and management and a Master of Science in business and organizational management, she recently achieved a PhD in educational leadership at Keiser University in 2018. In addition to her academic credentials, Dr. Green is also certified as a biomedical investigator and researcher.
Ever committed to her various professional endeavors, she remains affiliated with several pertinent organizations, including the Society for Human Resource Management, the Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education, and Women in Defense. Furthermore, she remains active in a number of civic-minded causes, most notably assisting women who are transitioning to civilian life after their military service. To commemorate her other professional accomplishments, Dr. Green was recently honored with a Faculty Excellence Award from the dean of the F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine in 2020.
In light of her fulfilling career, Dr. Green has largely attributed her success to her open-minded nature and willingness to take on new challenges and learning experiences. Accounting for her achievements, she is particularly proud to have developed and implemented the first premedical and post-baccalaureate program for enlisted service members in the Department of Defense. Looking to the future, Dr. Green hopes to continue positively influencing the lives of others as a mentor and teacher.
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