In a new position, alumnus Adrian Michael Green will serve as CA’s Director of Inclusivity, beginning this summer. Green also will be a seventh grade instructor for the Out of the Box course, as well as a seventh grade advisor. He joins CA after working in the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Just as his duties will entail at CA, he worked at CU to support underrepresented students through academic and leadership development. He is passionate about bringing diverse communities together.


Self- described as one of Denver’s “native sons,” Green began writing when he was exposed to talented writers at his father’s “brother jeff” cultural center in Denver, including Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, Sonia Sanchez, Langston Hughes, and other influential African-American authors.


Prior to his work at CU, he served as an elementary school teacher through Teach
for America. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from CU in Business Administration with an emphasis in Information Systems, as well as a Master of Arts degree in Educational Foundations, Policy and Practice.

Green spoke this spring at a CA Leadership event for Middle School students. He also spoke to Upper School students at CA last October about his work as an author and poet. Self- described as one of Denver’s “native sons,” Green began writing when he was exposed to talented writers at his father’s “brother jeff” cultural center in Denver, including Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, Sonia Sanchez, Langston Hughes, and other influential African-American authors. Green currently has three books in print, and he will publish a fourth this summer.

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