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Marrett A. Green, MSc

In 2003/4, Marrett was serendipitously called to Ismailia, Egypt, north of Cairo, to write the memoirs of an Egyptian doctor. Unbeknownst to him, he would also begin a Spiritual Journey launched with an unedited revelation: “Have Confidence; like the first spark of morning Light against the entire night sky, recognize the Power and the Brilliance within you,” just shortly after arriving in the Middle East. 
Today, Marrett helps identify and introduce the Tangible Connections between This Source Power and The Brilliance Within You, in The Original Message Seminar.

Marrett Green is a former award-winning news anchor (YTV, UTV, Global, CTV), television news journalist, producer, and published author. He has taught Electronic Media Strategies and Oral Communications within the School of Business at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. 

Mr. Green is also a post-secondary education curriculum/program developer, creating a crisis communications course for the Forensic department at The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) as well as a new (Media Relations Associate Certificate) program for BCIT, coalescing and chairing the Communications Advisory Committee – assembled as part of the accreditation process. 

Before achieving his Masters in Mass Communications Research with the University of Leicester in 2005, Mr. Green worked in the Media Relations Office at the Greater Vancouver Regional District (Metro Vancouver) and soon after took on the role of Media Relations Manager for BCIT. 

Marrett is also the founder and CEO of a registered Canadian charity the Canadian Flowers for Food Society (CFFFS), helping to provide marginalized individuals with social and financial opportunities since 2005. 

Mr. Green also conceptualized and developed the Philanthropy Bank for members to deposit their talents and skills directly into the noble cause of bettering another person’s Life. Marrett also developed the Community Leadership Program teaching young people as the head instructor how to make a positive experience in their community. 

Mr. Green was also asked by McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd. to be one of the book reviewers for the First Canadian Edition of Lucas “The Art of Public Speaking” prior to its publication in 2008.

Marrett co-authored a cookbook “Sugar and Spice & Everything Irie: Savoring Jamaica’s Flavors” with Veda Nugent (mother) in 2002 (Callawind publications).

Marrett is most proud of the 12 years + he spent teaching the tenets of TaeKwon-Do to young students in the lower mainland, now active minds helping diffuse darkness (Chaos) to Light (Order), as part of our Purpose in Life.

Today, he continues working on several community and personal projects including the design and development of the ReFlow G2RS, the first compact shower/bath-to-toilet grey-water recycling system allowing apartments and condominiums to recycle their grey-water, without remodelling or pipe retrofitting. The ReFlow was developed with the National Research Council of Canada and saves up to 30% of any household's freshwater consumption.  

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