William Green founded TD International, a leading global advisory firm based in Washington, DC in 1999 to help clients navigate the complex and often opaque business environments in which they operate.
With three decades of private and public sector intelligence experience, Mr. Green provides discrete strategic and tactical guidance to senior business leaders and global investors operating in emerging and first world markets. His expertise includes developing international and regional business strategies, commercial intelligence, stability and engagement programs, and crisis management. Leveraging a broad network of on-‐the-‐ground resources and subject matter experts across the globe, Mr. Green is known for his methodical approach to assessing problems and providing clients with the timely, accurate, and relevant information and analysis that they need to make critical business decisions.
Prior to founding TDI, he was President of Parvus International, a business intelligence firm, where he guided the restructuring of the firm and managed its acquisition after driving a two-‐fold increase in revenue.
Previously, Mr. Green served in the CIA’s Directorate of Operations from 1986-‐1996. At posts in Geneva and Paris, his responsibilities included a wide variety of multilateral issues within the United Nations framework. While serving in Washington, Mr. Green worked to maximize the effectiveness of the Anglo-‐American and US-‐Canadian intelligence relationships.
Mr. Green received an M.A. in International Economics and European Affairs from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC and Bologna, Italy and a B.A. in History from Holy Cross College.