Marrett Green is an award-winning former news anchor (YTV, UTV, Global, CTV), television news journalist, producer, and published author. He has taught Oral Communications and Electronic Media Strategies within Applied Communications, and the School of Business, respectively, at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Mr. Green is also a post-secondary education program developer creating a Media Relations 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, 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) http://www.flowersforfood.com. 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 http://www.thephilanthropybank.com. Marrett also develops innovative products including the Green Grey Water Recycling System (G2RS) and CODIAR system.