Jeff Green is the volunteer National Director and co-founder of Citizens for Safe Drinking Water, which assists local constituents in developing pro-active grassroots, legal, and legislative strategies for protecting the safety and enjoyment of public drinking water, with a special focus on fluoridation.
He has owned and operated Jeff Green and Associates, a management consulting firm providing services to health care professionals, including more than 400 dentists, since 1972, with a special focus on integrative care and participative management.
As Director of Citizens for Due Diligence, and Keepers of the Well, he provides consulting services and clinics to groups and individuals with a focus on Effective Advocacy.
He is a Board Member of California Citizens for Health Freedom, committed to establishing education and legislation that is conducive to full access to integrative health care, including cancer treatment.
Mr. Green initiated the Congressional investigation on fluoride held by the U.S. House Committee on Science, 1998-2000, establishing questions and commanding responses from the U.S. EPA, FDA, CDC, National Academy of Sciences, and NSF International (which establishes the industry standards for direct water additives adopted by almost all of the states and Canadian provinces).
He was invited to arrange for expert testimony at the June 29, 2000 U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing on Arsenic, Radon, and Fluoride, which was fulfilled by DR. J. William Hirzy on behalf of NTEU, the union that represents all of the scientists, physicians, engineers and other professionals at EPA headquarters, Washington, DC.
Citizens for Safe Drinking Water provides technical support and consultation to local chapters and other safe drinking water activities in 37 states and several Canadian provinces; authoring language for state legislation, and municipal ordinances and governing resolutions that have been adopted by city councils, water boards and citizens’ initiatives.
Mr. Green’s Effective Advocacy approach has allowed individuals to present themselves and the issues they are passionate about to their neighbors and representative bodies in a manner that encourages a shift from reliance on endorsement, to accountability, transparency and factual-based assessment.