Meet Benjamin Green

Ben Green is a regional Director of Operations for the Foundation for Financial Education, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country. With a combined 40+ years of experience, Ben and his team have counseled thousands of clients on topics ranging from Medicare to Social Security to Safe Money Strategies.

Ben’s passion for helping his clients navigate an ever-changing insurance and financial landscape led him to focus on providing financial education to ensure his clients can live a life of prosperity in retirement. Ben has given dozens of educational seminars on topics such as Life Insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance, Medicare Supplements and Pre-Retirement Insurance Planning.

Ben is also passionate about preparing the next generation for career success, and is author of “The Global Superstar: How Your Students Can Develop an Advantage over Global Competition”. In this capacity Ben has spoken to thousands of students, teachers and administrators at high schools and colleges.

Ben holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Morehouse College, an International MBA from The University of South Carolina, and a CMFS (Certified Mutual Fund Specialist) certificate. He’s conversant in Japanese, Portuguese, & Spanish, and lived overseas for a total of 10 years (8 in Japan, 1 in Brazil, and 1 in Spain). He has served on the Boards of The South Carolina Association for Private Colleges, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Columbia (SC) Chamber of Commerce, and the Columbia (SC) Education and Business Alliance. In addition to his role with the Japan English Teachers Alumni Association, he is currently a member of The Kiwanis Club of Nashville.

Ben resides in the West End of Nashville with his wife Kim, their 2 wonderful daughters Anna & Kate, and their dog Sophie. He enjoys traveling, spending time with friends & family, and watching sports.

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Benjamin Green
President & COO
540 Meeting St
West Columbia, SC 29169
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