David Green (social entrepreneur)
David Green is an American social entrepreneur.
He is an Ypsilanti, Michigan native. He graduated from the University of Michigan with an MPH. He helped the Seva Foundation establish Aurolab, a nonprofit manufacturer of low cost intraocular lenses for treating cataracts.
In 2004 Green was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship  for his work as "a pioneer in the manufacture and distribution of advanced health care products for patients in the developing world who could not otherwise afford them." 
In 2002 Green was named an Ashoka Fellow.
He is the recipient of the 2009 “Spirit of Helen Keller” award for humanitarian efforts in blindness prevention; is the recipient of the 2009 University of Michigan Humanitarian Service Award; and was selected by University of Michigan Engineering students as a leading social entrepreneur alumnus. In 2011 he received the Certificate of Honorary Award of Liaoning Province as a foreign expert who has made great contributions to the economic and social development of Liaoning Province.
- John Ydstie (3 July 2013). "One Man's Quest To Make Medical Technology Affordable To All". NPR. Retrieved 3 July 2013.
- Rebecca F. Johnson, USA Today, Sept. 28, 2004. Accessed Sept. 22, 2010. 
- Ashoka International
- "An Interview with David Green", The Stanford Daily, 4/5/2005