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Green joins Nash hospital board

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ROCKY MOUNT — Robbie Green, a local entrepreneur and community leader, was appointed to Nash UNC Health Care’s board of commissioners during its February meeting. Green fills the expired term held by Jim Lilley for 10 years. The board and administration thanked Lilley at its December meeting with a resolution recognizing his service and leadership as chairman of the board during a time of significant challenge and transition.

“Mrs. Green’s diverse background of life experiences will help us as we work to better address our community’s needs. We are looking forward to working with Mrs. Green and for what she will bring to the table,” said Jeffrey Batts, chairman of the hospital board.

Green has worked 21 years in the communications industry; including media sales, business development and information technology account management. She currently owns her own business coaching women in business, more specifically working mothers.

Green has a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in communications from the University of Memphis and a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from the University of Phoenix.

“Mrs. Green will make a great representative on the board. She is driven, loves to serve her community and has a passion for people. I believe that passion will serve her well in this role and will bring forth many good perspectives,” said Lee Isley, president and CEO of Nash UNC Health Care.

Green lives in Rocky Mount with her husband, Ron Green. They have two children. She is a Parenting Partners trainer for Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools, a member of Word Tabernacle Church and a member of the Nash Community College Small Business Center Advisory Committee.

Nash UNC Health Care is a nonprofit hospital authority composed of four licensed hospitals totaling 345 beds: Nash General Hospital, Nash Day Hospital, Coastal Plain Hospital and the Bryant T. Aldridge Rehabilitation Center.

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