Dr. Leili Green is keen learner, a founder of e global learning, and University of Phoenix Alumni. She received her doctorate in in Educational Technology from the University of Phoenix. Her rewarding international training experiences have taken her to Iran, Qatar, Afghanistan, Australia, and the U.S, where she designed and delivered quality training electronically or in person, covering "soft skills" like diversity and communication and highly complex, technical topics such high-fidelity simulation training. Her teaching and managerial experience spans industries such as government, higher education (undergraduate and graduate levels) healthcare organizations, and energy industry. Dr. Green has co-authored in books titled Advocacy for Change in Educational Culture published by NOVA Science Publishers (2016), a bilingual English/Persian book titled "Speech and Language Pathology Terminology" (2010), and her first book which was titled "Deaf Children in Regular Classrooms," published by the University of Rehabilitation Sciences in Tehran, Iran in 1994.

She has presented in many international conferences, won the best presenter award at the Academic Forum 2014 conference, and has six peer reviewed published papers. She currently resides in Phoenix with her husband Wayne.

Leili H. Green
Founder/Director of e-Global Learning, Independent Training Consultant, AZ, USA
Dr. Leili Green is keen learner, a founder of e global learning, and University of Phoenix Alumni. She received her doctorate in in Educational Technology from the University of Phoenix. Her rewarding international training experiences have taken her to Iran, Qatar, Afghanistan, Australia, and the U.S, where she designed and delivered quality training electronically or in person, covering "soft skills" like diversity and communication and highly complex, technical topics such high-fidelity simulation training. Her teaching and managerial experience spans industries such as government, higher education (undergraduate and graduate levels) healthcare organizations, and energy industry. Dr. Green has co-authored in books titled Advocacy for Change in Educational Culture published by NOVA Science Publishers (2016), a bilingual English/Persian book titled "Speech and Language Pathology Terminology" (2010), and her first book which was titled "Deaf Children in Regular Classrooms," published by the University of Rehabilitation Sciences in Tehran, Iran in 1994. She has presented in many international conferences, won the best presenter award at the Academic Forum 2014 conference, and has six peer reviewed published papers. She currently resides in Phoenix with her husband Wayne.

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