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Syreeta Greene, Ed.D.

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Dr. Syreeta Greene (she/her) has served in higher education for 18 years in both academic and student affairs roles collaborating with students, colleagues and faculty on the holistic success and collegiate experience of underrepresented and historically marginalized students. She has been successful at building three (3) sustainable programs at two (2) institutions focused on creating inclusive cultural and supportive spaces that serve and advocate for diverse student populations. In addition, she is well versed on a myriad of topics within the academy, including designing and facilitating curriculum addressing justice, equity, inclusion, and diversity.

Throughout her career, Dr. Greene has served as a consultant, facilitator, and curriculum designer. She is a co-creator and founding partner for the Cross-Cultural Fraternal Access and Inclusion (CCFAI) Collaborative which addresses the needs of culturally-based fraternal organizations, as well as the justice, equity, inclusion, and diversity within fraternal organizations. During her tenure at the University of Southern California, Dr. Greene was an integral team member on the Project ReMix: Exploring the Mixed-Race Generation program that won the Gold Excellence Program Award from Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA), and the Best Collaboration Award by USC Division of Student Affairs. Dr. Greene also served lead on curriculum design and instruction for a fraternal membership preparation course at Albany State University in Georgia.

In addition to her professional work, she is highlighted in ebony.com for her co-authored article on the movie Burning Sands, and the Association of Fraternal and Sorority Advisors (AFA) Essentials. Dr. Greene holds a Doctor of Education with an emphasis in Education Psychology, a Master’s in Social Work with an emphasis in Community Organizing and Public Administration, and a Bachelor’s in Public Policy and Management all from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA.

Areas of Focus: Identity Development  |  Power & Privilege  | Implicit Bias | Healthy Relationships | Engaging in Difficult Conversations | Hazing Prevention  |  Culturally-based Organization Support

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