CLINTON GREEN
KIWANIS CLUB OF NAPIER, NEW ZEALAND KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE

Clinton Green of Napier, New Zealand, was elected to a three-year term as a trustee of Kiwanis International (KI) in July 2011 at the 96th annual international convention in Geneva, Switzerland.

Clinton has been a member of the Napier Kiwanis Club since 1981, and was distinguished president and secretary. He has been a long serving board member with one year as treasurer. He was a charter member of the Lower Hutt, New Zealand Kiwanis Club. In addition, Clinton was governor of the New Zealand-South Pacific District in 1994-95, distinguished in 2009-10, and distinguished lieutenant governor in 1987.

A life member, Clinton is a George F. Hixson Fellow, Tablet of Honor recipient and a member of the Legion of Honor and Heritage Society of the Kiwanis International Foundation. He is also a charter Walter Zeller Fellow.

Outside of Kiwanis, Clinton is a 47-year member of the Baptist Church. He has held various positions including trust chairman, and 30-year member of the Boys Brigade, including 17 years as captain and three terms on the national executive. He is also a member of AAA Tourism board and various other national and local tourism organizations.

Clinton and his wife, Robyn, have two sons (both Kiwanians) one daughter and a son-in-law.