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Anthony Green

Director, Public Policy

“Almost everyone has a lobbyist — but not kids — and if I could fulfill that role as their advocate to make them safe, wow, what a great job.”

Tony Green started his career as an award-winning reporter for a magazine, and has been involved in public service most of his career. A non-practicing, in-recovery attorney, he has worked in senior roles in the Congress, at the U.S. Embassy in Rome and as a “founding father” of the National Constitution Center on Philadelphia’s Independence Mall.

Blogs by Tony

Congress learns about keeping kids safe.
Capitol Day Kids
Ask your Rep to join us in DC on November 20th.
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Rep. Jon Runyun shares his views on sports safety.
Cardiac arrest is the number one killer of kids in sports.
Protect children from concussion
How State Laws Are Helping to Prevent Concussions in Kids
Safe Kids has been part of the national dialogue about the dangers of this process called sequestration, and what this could mean for child safety.
A car crash happens so quickly, but the pain can last forever, especially when it’s the pain of losing a child.
This week, Safe Kids Worldwide weighed in on an important issue concerning children. And we brought 62 of our closest friends with us.
We held a bipartisan event on Sept. 20 to educate our friends on Capitol Hill about preventing unintentional injury, the #1 killer of kids in America.
Keeping informed of the latest product recalls is one important way you can keep your children safe from harmful products.