Mark T. Green
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Mark T. Green is the A.E. Coleman Chair in Family Business, director of the Austin Family Business Program, and director of the Austin Entrepreneurship Program at the College of Business at Oregon State University.

Mark leads the educational programs for the Austin Family Business Program, including a variety of executive education workshops and seminars throughout the west. He makes regular presentations to trade groups on family business, succession, governance, and entrepreneurship, and is regularly quoted by the news media regarding family business and entrepreneurship issues. He was recently recognized by the Portland Business Journal as a recipient of the Forty under 40 Award as an exceptional leader in the business community. Green is the research director of the family business topic for the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor and is also the author or co-author of various research papers in business and management.

Before joining Oregon State University, he was assistant dean at the Atkinson Graduate School of Management at Willamette University and assistant professor of public affairs at the University of Colorado at Denver’s graduate school of public affairs. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Cal Poly Pomona as well as an MBA from the Atkinson Graduate School of Management and MA and PhD degrees from the Claremont Graduate School.