Green previously served as Assistant Attorney General for Special Litigation under the Schmitt administration, handling critical litigation at the state and federal level. She was also the lead attorney for the Hope Initiative, fighting against human trafficking in Missouri.
Prior to joining the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, Green served as chief of staff to the First Lady in the Missouri Governor’s Office, where she worked closely with the Governor’s policy and legislative teams on issues including foster care, adoption, and child welfare advocacy. She then served as manager of strategic initiatives and special assistant to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), where she worked with the Governor’s Cabinet and the state’s 16 executive departments to make government work better for the citizens of Missouri. Alongside the COO, she helped design and coordinate the state’s first flagship leadership development programs.
Green earned her law degree from the University of Missouri. Before law school, Green graduated from the University of Missouri with degrees in economics and political science.
“I am grateful to General Bailey for the opportunity to continue to serve the people of Missouri in this new capacity,” said Green. “I look forward to engaging stakeholders across the state and advancing General Bailey’s policy initiatives in Jefferson City.”
Green serves on the Missouri CASA Association Board of Directors, the University of Missouri Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy Alumni Council, and the Mizzou Kappa Alpha Theta Advisory Board. In 2021, she participated in the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Leadership Missouri program. Natives of Southeast Missouri, Green and her husband split their time between St. Louis and Jefferson City.