Patricia Green is a Consultant and Advocate for Rahab International who work on behalf of sexually exploited women and children. Patricia is a New Zealander. She is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God, a social worker, and has a Master's degree in Community Psychology.

Patricia founded and was the Director of 'Landmark Christian Homes for Girls' from 1971 to 1987. She also founded and was the Director of 'Rahab Ministries Thailand' from 1988 to 2004.

She is also a well-known speaker on issues of sexual exploitation, trafficking and prostitution. Patricia's passion is to create an awareness of these issues and to motivate people, especially Christians, to reach out to sexually exploited women and children in the name of Christ to offer them a new life.

Patricia has been instrumental in starting such ministries in several countries.

Patricia will address the issue of human trafficking in Europe during a plenary session, under the title'Liberating the captives'. She will also be a resource person for several consultations, including women in leadership and environmental and justice issues.