VERNON GREEN JR.
Vernon Green Jr. is a retired Army Chief Warrant Officer. Having served our country for 20 years, he is now an honorable veteran serving people in his community. He and his wife, along with their three daughters, reside in Virginia, with an established presence in New York and the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area. Maintaining his passion for serving God and people, Vernon founded G³ Community Services, a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing services and support to those in need. Vernon works daily to build a network of passionate, like-minded people who are dedicated to the mission of getting the right resources to those who need them.
Vernon is also the Founder & CEO of GCubed Enterprises Inc., a for profit business started in 2014. GCubed is an SBA 8(a) certified, Service Disabled Veteran Owned, Minority Owned, Small Business. GCubed is focused on IT and cybersecurity with an emphasis on “Keeping People and Business Securely Connected.” Vernon holds a master’s degree in Cybersecurity, a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Technology, as well as several IT based certifications: Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), and Security+.
Devon was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. During his early childhood and adolescent years, Devon developed an affinity for nature, science, and sports. During his higher education years, Devon’s interest expanded to include a love for education, math, and technology. In his life, he had once served as an afterschool tutor. That experience became a catalyst for him championing youth development and education and led to him becoming an educator. Devon’s academic journey gave him the opportunity to teach in New York City, The District of Columbia, and Fairfax County. Along the way, he observed the necessity of connecting academia and real-world events. He honed his skills and applied his focus towards exposing our youth to the endless possibilities of a STEAM education and social emotional learning. Observing the limits of a seven-hour school day, it became clear to him that our youth deserve academic support and enrichment in addition to the regular school day. He eventually learned that G3CS provides those opportunities to the surrounding youth programs and schools, but he states that he has also witnessed the imperative role G3CS
plays in providing services to various community members in need. Those actions and events that he had observed, convinced him to become a member of the G3CS team.
Devon is the head of G³ Community Service’s EYM (Extraordinary Young Minds) program which aims to help the youth realize their potential and envision a future where they can mature into well-rounded, productive men and women leaving their own footprint
Email Devon at email@example.com