For Charley Green, one thing in life always seems to lead to another.
The Kansas native has seen and done a lot in his 78 years. Growing up, he worked on the family farm. Later he gained experience as a teacher, a homebuilder, a church administrator, a limousine driver and even a novelist.
As Green likes to say, his career path can be defined as having been “in between opportunities” a lot until something else falls into place.
What is he focused on now? Financial education, namely as it relates to helping children and parents make better choices about going to college, or not, and avoiding suffocating student-loan debt.
I met Green for the first time after he contacted me about a column I wrote on older Americans who are now more like…