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Dawn Reid-Green

Dawn Reid-Green

New York City Transit Authority, 130 Livingston Street, 11th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 1121

Dawn Reid-Green, Treasurer, is a 1989 graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Law. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University at Buffalo.

Ms. Reid-Green has worked in the public sector for over 27 years. She is an Assistant General Counsel at New York City Transit Authority, currently serving as Unit Chief-Kings Examination and Practice Unit in the Law Department-Torts Division. Prior to her appointment as Unit Chief, she headed the Richmond County arm of the Queens/Richmond Trial Unit for 18 years. She also serves as a mentor and instructor to Interns, newly minted Attorneys and Paralegals.

Ms. Reid-Green is an active member of the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York where she serves as Co-Chair of the 2016 Voter Registration Drive Committee and Co-Chair of the 2017 Convention Committee. Ms. Reid-Green held the position of President of the Staten Island Women’s Bar Association (SIWBA) from 2013-2015. She proudly brought membership roles to new heights, and re-established the SIWBA as a relevant bar association in Richmond County. She has also served as SIWBA Corresponding Secretary, sat on the Bylaws Committee and has organized CLEs, networking and other events for the members and the community.

Ms. Reid-Green has served as a Board Member of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association (MBBA) since 2015 and also sits as a member of the Independent Judicial Election Qualification Commission-Second Department. She has also served as a scoring judge for the Empire Mock Trial Competition.

Ms. Reid-Green’s dedication to service to the community has been evidenced by her seat on the Board of the Staten Island Historical Society since 2014. She currently serves as Second Vice President for the organization. She also served as Vice President of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.-Brooklyn Chapter from 2010-2012 and served on their Executive Committee for many years. She is a member of Soroptomist International-Staten Island Chapter and the National Council of Negro Woman-Staten Island. She spends her free time serving as a volunteer with the NAACP-Annual HBCU College Fair on Staten Island.

Ms. Reid-Green was honored to receive the 2015 MBBA Bar Leader of the Year Award at the MBBA Annual Gala, and the 2015 Staten Island Black History Month Town Hall Meeting Award for Community Service.

Ms. Reid-Green has been married for 26 years to Richard Green, a guitarist with The Eturnity Band. They have two daughters, Naja Green and Gabrielle Green, graduates of the prestigious Howard University, Washington D.C.