Kahlil Greene

Kahlil Greene, Director's Fellow 2020
ISPS 
Undergraduate Director's Fellow

Kahlil Greene

Title 
Yale College

Kahlil Greene is a junior from outside of Washington D.C. majoring in History with a specific focus on United States policies affecting Black Americans. Currently, he is the student body president of Yale College and is the first Black student to ever hold this title. Kahlil has also served as an executive board member of the Yale Black Men’s Union, an advocate for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and consultant at McKinsey and Company. He is a member of the 2020 Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy where he hopes to use the skills, knowledge, and resources to implement social and governmental initiatives to close the racial wealth gap. Most of the time you can find Kahlil in Timothy Dwight college hanging out with his friends or discussing the latest headline-making news on campus.

Discipline 
History