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Mike Green   
Asset Based Community Development
(ABCD) Organizing
2745 Julian St. 
Denver, CO 80211
PH: 303-477-2686

Mike Green is a community organizer. He is a faculty member of the Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) Institute in Chicago. Mike has lived in Denver Colorado for many years. He is 59 years old, married to Carol, with one child Annie. Mike has worked for twenty-five years as a community organizer. Mike has experience developing neighborhood resident organizations, congregation based organizations, and community partnerships to address social and economic issues.  Mike has also worked in business starting three different successful companies. Mike is a licensed clinical social worker (M.S.W.) and family therapist who has worked in human services, public welfare, mental health and schools. Mike helped start a small public school in Denver based on ABCD principles where students, parents, neighbors, teachers, and principal were all partners.

Mike’s work has a focus on the practical questions of organizing strong local community partnerships where people come together to work for the common good.  Mike cares deeply about working to organize communities to welcome and include marginalized people. A strong community says to all, “we need you. Join us.” Mike has a wonderful daughter Annie with developmental disabilities who inspires his work.  Mike says,“The deepest dream of ABCD is that more and more people can come to see truly that ‘there is no one we don't need’ and that a community without a place for everyone is a community really with a place for no one.”    

Henry Moore
ABCD Training Group
636 East Victory Drive
Savannah, GA 31405

Henry Moore, co-author of ABCD publications City-Sponsored Community Building: Savannah's Grants for Blocks Story and Leading by Stepping Back: A Guide For City Officials on Building Neighborhood Capacity, developed and implemented nationally recognized ABCD neighborhood initiatives as assistant city manager of Savannah, Georgia.

Henry Moore is the son of a tobacco sharecropper in rural North Carolina. He graduated from North Carolina A & T State University and earned a master's degree in urban studies from the University of Maryland. He has work in government and community building for more than 30 years.

For 17 years Henry served as assistant city manager of Savannah, GA where he developed a program to identify and organize resident leaders, promote resident leadership development, and instill community pride. The program materialized in strong partnerships with community-based organizations, neighborhood residents, local financial institutions, and the housing industry. From 1990 through 1997, these partnerships produced nearly 2,000 units of affordable housing and invested over $50 million to improve inner city neighborhoods


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