Andrew Green has been in municipal finance for over 30 years. Mr. Green is currently the Director of Finance for the City of Pasadena. He has served in this position since January 2009. Prior to his current position, he served as the Finance Director for the City of Reno, Nevada, Director of Administrative Services and Director of Finance for the City of Rialto, California, where he also served as acting City Administrator on various occasions, and as the Director of Finance for the City of San Bernardino, California.
Mr. Green received his MBA from the University of Phoenix in 2003 and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from the University of LaVerne (California) in 1979. He also holds an Associates Degree in Business Administration from San Bernardino Valley College and a Certificate from the Accounting for Governmental and Non-Profit Organizations program at the University of California at Riverside, California. Mr. Green currently serves as co-chair for the San Gabriel Valley Chapter of the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers organization and the California League of Cities fiscal officer’s appointee to the League’s Employee Relations Committee.
While in Reno, Nevada, Mr. Green was a member of the State of Nevada Committee on Local Government Finance representing the Nevada League of Cities and also served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Health Access of Washoe County Community Health Center organization, which provided healthcare to low-income residents in the Washoe County area of northern Nevada. He has also been a guest lecturer on governmental finance on a number of occasions for the California State University, San Bernardino’s master’s program. In addition to being a member of numerous other National and State municipal finance organizations, Mr. Green has held a lead role in numerous financing teams securing financing for a number of major projects in California and Nevada. Examples include the $282 million ReTRAC, $108 million Events Center and $35 million Cabela’s projects in Reno, Nevada and the $156 million Rose Bowl Renovation Project in Pasadena, California.