Dr. Edwin M. Green, Jr., Ed.D., MSW, was educated in the Baltimore City Public School System and graduated from the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. Dr. Green holds a bachelor's degree in Social Work (BSW, Clinical) from Morgan State University, a Masters' degree in Management/Administration (MSW, Macro) from Howard University, and a Doctorate in Urban Educational Leadership (Ed.D.) also from Morgan State University. Dr. Green's research interests are culturally responsive teaching and the self-efficacy of opportunity students.
Dr. Green has held positions in the public, non-profit, city, and federal levels. He has worked for the Baltimore City Public School System's Special Education Program, the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization in Washington, DC as a Clinical Case Manager for homeless adults and children, and Baltimore City's Office of Employment Development as an Employment Specialist. He has served a year as an Americorps member and served as 5th-8th grade Math teacher for the Higher Achievement student enrichment program and a volunteer 2nd grade reading teacher with Reading Partners, Inc.
Currently serving as an Adjunct instructor of youth development and teacher advocacy for Stevenson University's Community-based Education and Learning Program, he enjoys reading, writing, teaching, lecturing and spending time with family and friends. A member of the Greater Baltimore Urban League Guild and the former Director of Youth Programs at a local Christian assembly; Dr. Green currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Southern Gospel Mission Association and was appointed to serve on the Citizens Review Board for Children including the Children's Legislative Action Committee and the sub-committee on Education Advocacy.
Dr. Edwin Green, Jr lives in Baltimore with his beautiful wife, Lisa, and his set of amazing activist twins, Kamryn and Kobe, who are seniors in high school. His eldest daughter, Courtney, is currently serving in the United States Army as a 2nd Lieutenant in Grafenwoehr, Germany.