Kahlil Greene

Student
Self-Employed

When Kahlil Greene was 19, he was elected the first Black student body president in Yale's 318-year history. Now, he is an online educator with ~500,000 followers across his TikTok, Instagram, and LinkedIn platforms! At Yale, he is a history major studying social change and social movements and was a member of the prestigious Brady-Johnson program in Grand Strategy and a John Kerry Fellow. He has authored op-eds about education and racial equity in the LA Times, Washington Post, and Harvard Business Review and he is also the youngest professional public speaker signed to the Washington Speakers Bureau, regularly giving speeches to schools, nonprofits, and corporations.

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