Kevin P. Green
M.S. Naval Postgraduate School
U.S. Naval Academy
Year Elected to the Board: 2011
Chair, Audit Committee
City of Residence: Oak Hill, VA
Kevin Green is a senior business executive with more than forty years of government and private sector experience in operational planning and execution, delivering professional services and advanced technology to achieve demanding missions. He is focused on bringing best practices and tools to solve complex challenges and enable enterprise success with high performance under resource constraints. A retired IBM vice president, he now leads Robertson Blodgett Consulting in Virginia.
Prior to joining IBM in 2004 Vice Admiral Green served more than thirty years as a naval officer, completing his Navy career as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Operations, Plans, and Policy. As DCNO, he coordinated global naval operations, strategic planning, information operations, and naval policy development; and managed naval service relationships with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, the National Security Council staff, the US military services, other federal agencies, and allied navies. As a flag officer he commanded Naval Forces Southern Command, the Abraham Lincoln Aircraft Carrier Strike Group, and Naval Training Center Great Lakes, Illinois. He served in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Atlantic Fleet Headquarters, the Bureau of Naval Personnel, and commanded Destroyer Squadron 23 and the guided missile frigate USS Taylor.
He graduated from the United States Naval Academy and the National War College, and received an M.S. in Applied Science from the Naval Postgraduate School. Kevin consults with the Defense Science Board, the IT Acquisition Advisory Council, the National Academy of Sciences, the Council on Foreign Relations and several technology firms. He is a member of the U.S Naval Institute and the Surface Navy Association, and serves on the Tuskegee University Board of Trustees.