Dr. Brenda M. Greene

Scholar, educational leader, literary activist, author, and radio host. Dr. Greene is most recognized as a scholar, long-time faculty member, and educational leader at Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York (since 1980). Dr. Greene is also the highly respected Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Black Literature, the Director of the National Black Writers Conference, and the former Chair of the English Department at Medgar Evers College.

Presentation categories

Literary Activism
African- American Literature and Scholarship
Urban Education
Arts Education, K-16
Professional Development, English Studies
Raising Black Youth
Balancing the Roles of Mother, Writer, Scholar, Teacher and Activist

Shirley Chisholm reminds us that service is the rent we pay to live on this earth.  How are you serving?  How will you ensure that your legacy continues?  Living a purpose-driven life affirms your legacy and lays a path for those who come after you.

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Dr. Brenda M. Greene, Professor of English, Writer, and Scholar (aalbc.com)