Eric Greene

Eric Greene

Eric is a skilled Martial Arts Instructor, who has always dedicated himself to educating kids the discipline, focus, moral character, and sound philosophy it takes to achieve goals in life. He earned his BA. Degree in African American History with emphasis in communication from S.U.N.Y at Buffalo.

Between 1998 and 2005 Mr. Greene was a contributing board member of the non- profit organization Amateur Community Theater (A.C.T.) In addition to his board duties, he was sole videographer for all stage productions put on by the kids.

From 2005 to 2007 Mr. Greene volunteered time to teaching martial arts and mentoring local kids in a Cub Scout Troop at the Ollie Street Y.M.C.A in Atlanta, GA.

Taught martial arts and helped to organize a Karate Tournament for kids of the South Cobb recreation Center in Austell Ga. where the kids all won awards and accolades for their participation. He also did a kids safety seminar in 2011 at Eastside Elementary School in Douglasville GA.

In 2012 Mr. Greene was asked to perform a demonstration for the non – profit organization “Picture of health foundation “Founded by Doctor Donovan Christie in Tucker Ga.

Awarded Master instructor of the year by `The Kuroshi – do Family of martial arts in May of 2011 in Atlanta Ga.

Eric Greene has been inducted in several Martial Arts History (hall of fame) Awards.

Most recently he has been inducted into the 41st edition of The World’s Greatest Martial Artist book by Ted Gambordella and is now available on Amazon.