Ruby L Green
Broward County State Attorney's Office
Ruby Green is an Assistant State Attorney and former Assistant Public Defender in Broward County, Florida. She grew up in Pompano Beach and graduated from Florida State University as a first-generation college student then graduated Law School two years later. Green was a part of the mock trial team that went down in history as Florida Coastal School of Law's first mock trial win. She has been actively involved in the community and was the first black woman President of the Broward Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the first black woman to run for Public Defender in the State of Florida. She is the Community Pulse Chair of the T.J. Reddick Bar Association, where she served as the organization’s past President. Green is also a member of New Leaders Council of Broward County, The Broward Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Broward Young Democrats, the mock trial coach for Apollo Middle School, Broward Black Young Progressives and she serves as the League of Women Voters Criminal Justice Committee Chair and the social action chair of the Delta Upsilon Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. She has served in various civic activities such as mentoring and volunteering with The Village Project with Urban League of Broward County, Dillard Day Care Thanksgiving Reading Program, Ronald McDonald House, Boys and Girls Club, William Dandy Middle Pre-Law Program, Broward Outreach Center, K.A.P.O.W (Kids and the Power of Work), Several Law career days and in 2015 she created a Street Law program that focused on students at Dillard High School. Ruby was awarded Legacy Miami's Top 40 Under 40 Leaders of Today and Tomorrow, Broward County Bar Association's top 40 under 40, given a Presidential Service Award, has hosted various ‘Know Your Rights’ forums, Implicit Bias trainings and Restoration of Rights Community Town Halls.