Green Elected President Of Statewide Controllers' Association

York County Controller Robb Green is the new president of the Pennsylvania State Association of County Controllers (PSACC).

The PSACC is a statewide association of county controllers. Its goal is to address specific challenges that face county controllers, advocate on their behalf, encourage collaboration and advance members’ professional development, according to Green and the organization’s website.

Green was elected president of the PSACC on Wednesday, July 25 during the organization’s 98th annual meeting in Somerset County. He previously served as its 1st vice president, and has been a member since taking office as York County Controller in 2006.

“It’s a great honor to serve in this role for such a well-respected organization,” Green said. “The position provides an excellent opportunity to advocate on behalf of county controllers across the state and ensure York County’s interests are well-represented in the General Assembly and with other state organizations.”

In his new role, Green will take a leadership role in coordinating PSACC activities and assist his counterparts in other counties with their specific needs, among other duties.

As York County’s Controller, Green serves as the county’s “fiscal watchdog” and ensures that funds are expended in accordance with applicable state and federal laws.

Green lives in Jefferson Borough with Linda, his wife of 23 years. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Iona College in New Rochelle, New York.

Before becoming York County Controller, Green served for 10 years as the deputy executive director and controller of the National Association of Clock & Watch Collectors, Inc.


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