Green to address 2024 PCCUA-Helena graduates
Posted Date: 5/2/24

Green to address 2024 PCCUA-Helena graduates

Amy Green, a Deputy Prosecutor for the First Judicial District of Arkansas, is set to deliver this year’s commencement address to the graduates of Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA)-Helena.

Mrs. Green, who is also a co-founder of Helena’s first small batch specialty coffee roastery and tasting room known as Ridge City Roasters, will address the 2024 graduates during graduation exercises at 7p.m. Friday, May 10, in PCCUA’s Lily Peter Auditorium.

Green is a graduate of Central High School, PCCUA, and received a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Arkansas State University.  She obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, in 2001, where she received Congressional recognition from Congresswoman Shelley Berkeley for being a Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys scholar. 

After practicing law in Las Vegas, Green returned to her hometown of Helena in 2010, where, in addition to serving as Deputy Prosecutor, she serves as County Attorney for Phillips County, Elaine City Attorney, Lexa City Attorney, and represents children in the Arkansas foster care system. She is a certified co-parenting instructor and certified attorney ad litem. 

Early this year, she and her husband, Michael, opened Ridge City Roasters, which has received a warm welcome by the community. When not practicing law or roasting coffee beans, Green enjoys international travel, Arkansas road trips, hiking, and cooking meals for her big blended family.

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