About Caregiver Support Services
Dr. Eboni Green, President / CEO
My name is Dr. Eboni Green, and I have seen the importance of caregiving upfront. Patients need strong caregivers to guide them through recovery, but caregivers also need advocates to provide helpful answers and resources. I started as a nursing assistant, working closely with top professionals and their care systems as we helped and healed our patients. I saw how there was a need for quality support within the care system. The right tools and education were lacking, not only for the caregivers, but also for the patients’ families. Everyone who wishes to care for a loved one or client, at any stage in life, should be in the know and confident.
Working with my husband Terrence Green, the foundations for our company were established in 1997 to train and support caregivers. Throughout our journey, we have met and helped many people as they became quality caregivers for all types of patients. Over the past twenty years, I have had the opportunity to earn my PhD, author three books, and become the Nebraska State Representative for the Caregiver Action Network. When I am not working with Caregiver Support Services, I am a college professor, further helping to educate people in the areas of health and care. This is my calling in life, and I am thrilled to be sharing it with others.
Please feel free to contact me directly to purchase books, to schedule trainings, or for national speaking opportunities.
Terrence Green, MBA, CSA, VP of Business Development
Terrence Green is a tenacious sales, marketing executive and entrepreneur. His sales and marketing experiences include working for some of the best known technology organizations in the world including: IBM, Gateway, Western Wireless, and Xerox. In, 2001 Terrence was the top sales- person for all of Xerox, where he earned the Star award, a singular honor for sales at Xerox.
In 1998 Terrence and his wife founded the Senior Caregiver Support Group, a non-profit organization that focuses on training and supporting caregivers. Terrence was fundamental in growing the Senior Caregiver Support Group and in 2003 it became apparent that the business required his full attention. He made the transition to full-time CEO in 2003 and changed the name of the Senior Caregiver Support Group to Caregiver Support Services.
After reorganizing and redirecting Caregiver Support Services strategic initiatives, in 2016, Terrence made the transition to the role VP of Business Development, a volunteer position, where his primary role is, fiscal leadership, business development, vendor and business relations for Caregiver Support Services.