Comptroller Darlene Green featured in St. Louis Sentinel

Sentinel newspaper features local leaders during Black History Month

April 16, 2014 | 2 min reading time

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Comptroller Darlene Green is featured in the Black History Month edition of the St. Louis Sentinel. It's a part of the February 27th issue of the African American newspaper. Green was featured amongst other local and national leaders who have made a significant contribution to the black community. The St. Louis Sentinel was founded by Howard B. Woods in 1968.
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