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George Greene

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XZRS: George Greene - The ETs ARE Here

The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show

XZRS: George Greene - The ETs ARE Here

54mins

6 Sep 2020

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XZRS: George Greene - The ETs ARE Here

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

XZRS: George Greene - The ETs ARE Here

54mins

6 Sep 2020

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XZRS: George Greene - The ETs ARE Here

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

XZRS: George Greene - The ETs ARE Here

54mins

5 Sep 2020

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11. Eliminating the Global Water Crisis with George Greene IV

The Leaderview Podcast

George Greene IV is the president and CEO of Water Mission - a Christian engineering non-profit that builds safe water, sanitation, and hygiene solutions in developing countries and disaster areas.George has been with the organization since it began in 2001 when his parents (George III and Molly) created it.In this interview, George gives us background on the global water crisis, how he got involved back in 2001, and how Water Mission continues to work hard in order to eliminate this problem that impacts 4+ billion people annually.If you'd like to learn more about Water Mission or get involved in some way, you can visit their website at watermission.org.

31mins

4 Aug 2020

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The Howl, Special Edition: George Greene discusses staying conditioned with limited or no gym equipment

Stony Brook Athletics

George Greene, Stony Brook associate athletic director of high performance and competitive success, discusses how to stay in peak physical condition while lacking access to a gym and specialized equipment.

16mins

23 Mar 2020

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Upper Left Performance #5 - George Greene - Implementing a High Performance Model in the NCAA

Upper Left Performance

George Greene is the Associate Athletic Director of High Performance and Competitive Success at Stony Brook University. With the high performance model becoming more commonplace in US sports, George is on the forefront of bringing it the college sector. He is the first S&C coach in the country to manage competitive success and has been instrumental in enhancing the student athlete experience at Stony Brook. George and I discuss the many facets of his role in providing a holistic mindset for his athletes. George details the level of collaboration between himself and the various sectors of the athletic department, his oversight of the nutrition program and his continued efforts to educate his athletes with data driven insights into their performance and recovery. George also outlines his work in the gym with the men's basketball program and how "feel" is important in making programming decisions. His insight on building relationships was especially impactful as nothing is more an important to a streamlined approach in a high performance setting with all the moving parts involved. I really enjoyed this conversation and urge other collegiate S&C coaches to think about George's message, which left me thinking about how much more I could provide for my athletes by communicating and sharing information with others.  George can be found on the following platforms: IG: @Greenestrength Twitter: @Greenestrength

47mins

23 Mar 2020

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George Greene, President and COO, Water Mission

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

George Greene is President and COO for Water Mission (WM) in Charleston, South Carolina. WM is a nonprofit Christian engineering ministry providing sustainable safe water solutions, through a Christian world view perspective, to people in developing countries and disasters. WM approaches all work with a sense of urgency and a commitment to excellence. The ministry’s faith and belief in the sanctity of life compel its staff to develop and implement the best technologies and community development programs so that, through the work, God will be honored and glorified and lives will be transformed for eternity. WM serves all people regardless of age, gender, race or faith. Mr. Greene’s responsibilities include oversight of WM’s three divisions (including Volunteer and Investor Partnerships, Corporate Services, and Operations). His experience over the years includes time spent working on projects in Afghanistan, Belize, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Pakistan, Peru, Sri Lanka, and Uganda.

54mins

10 Sep 2019

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George Greene, President and COO, Water Mission

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

George Greene is President and COO for Water Mission (WM) in Charleston, South Carolina. WM is a nonprofit Christian engineering ministry providing sustainable safe water solutions, through a Christian world view perspective, to people in developing countries and disasters. WM approaches all work with a sense of urgency and a commitment to excellence. The ministry’s faith and belief in the sanctity of life compel its staff to develop and implement the best technologies and community development programs so that, through the work, God will be honored and glorified and lives will be transformed for eternity. WM serves all people regardless of age, gender, race or faith. Mr. Greene’s responsibilities include oversight of WM’s three divisions (including Volunteer and Investor Partnerships, Corporate Services, and Operations). His experience over the years includes time spent working on projects in Afghanistan, Belize, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Pakistan, Peru, Sri Lanka, and Uganda.

54mins

10 Sep 2019

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George Greene, President and COO, Water Mission

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

George Greene is President and COO for Water Mission (WM) in Charleston, South Carolina. WM is a nonprofit Christian engineering ministry providing sustainable safe water solutions, through a Christian world view perspective, to people in developing countries and disasters. WM approaches all work with a sense of urgency and a commitment to excellence. The ministry’s faith and belief in the sanctity of life compel its staff to develop and implement the best technologies and community development programs so that, through the work, God will be honored and glorified and lives will be transformed for eternity. WM serves all people regardless of age, gender, race or faith. Mr. Greene’s responsibilities include oversight of WM’s three divisions (including Volunteer and Investor Partnerships, Corporate Services, and Operations). His experience over the years includes time spent working on projects in Afghanistan, Belize, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Pakistan, Peru, Sri Lanka, and Uganda.

54mins

10 Sep 2019

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Episode 3 - Sports Nutrition w/ George Greene

Squats & Science Podcast

For Episode 3, we discuss sports nutrition with special guest George Greene. George is currently the Assistant Athletics Director for Athletic Performance at Stony Brook University. He comes to Stony Brook from the University of Mary Washington where he served as the Director of Strength and Conditioning. At UMW, he had the unique opportunity to be the first strength and conditioning coach in school history and is credited for transforming the program into one of the best in the region. Prior to his work at the University of Mary Washington, George served as a Tactical Strength and Conditioning Specialist for the U.S. Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg. During his time at Fort Bragg, he received an excellence award from the command team for providing outstanding service and exceeding expectations.In this episode, George gives us insight into how he gets his basketball players to gain weight in order to get faster, stronger and jump higher on the basketball court. George also discusses the importance of nutrient timing with us, including how he makes adjustments during the off-season and in-season. In addition, George gives us his thoughts on supplements and his recommendations for schooling and certifications in order to become a Strength & Conditioning Coach.This is a great episode for anyone wanting to learn how other sports athletes eat and train for long-term development, and how that can apply to the sport of Powerlifting.http://www.greenestrength.com/ http://squatsandscience.com/sscoaching/

45mins

22 Apr 2019

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