Diversity, Equality, Inclusion, & Justice with Aaron Green Sr. ’05

The Colorado Academy Alumni Board Committee on DEIJ has enlisted the help of Aaron Green Sr. ’05. Aaron has more than 10 years of professional experience in the field of social work. He is an influential and dynamic social and racial justice expert with a background in education and non-profit mentoring programs.

Aaron received his master’s degree from the University of Denver in social work where he teaches. Aaron is the Founder and CEO of Aaron Green Sr., LLC, a family-centered, client-based, and culturally inclusive company dedicated to antiracist social work consultation and training services. Aaron facilitates, trains, and provides consultation with grassroots organizations, universities, and government institutions working with Black, Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC).

Currently, Aaron is on the Board of Directors for the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work. Aaron is the author of The Color Code: 10 Essential Antiracist Tools and Strategies for Social Work Practitioners and Invisible: The Black & Blues of Child Welfare. He lives in Aurora, CO with his wife Traci, and their two sons, Aaron Jr. and Elijah.

DEIJ Alumni Board Members include VJ Brown ’11, Caroline Cramer ’11, Jared Harding ’97, Isabel Gary Harper ’09, Emma Harrington Kane ’07, Marcus King-Stockton ’04, Natalie Newcom Ralston ’99, Evan Simmons ’06, and Elsa Woolley Harberg ’11. Together we hope to further the Alumni Association efforts with diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.