Terrance L. Green, Ph.D.
Racial Justice Leader
Made in Detroit
Professional Background: I have spent the last 15+ years in education in roles ranging from a high school science teacher to a university professor. Currently, during the day (and honestly during too many nights), I am an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Texas at Austin. I co-direct the Texas Principals Leadership Academy. As a professor, I research and help to prepare pre-service principals to “praxis” racially just, anti-racist, and equity-focused school and community leadership. I have a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a M.Ed. from the University of Kentucky, and a B.S. from Kentucky State University (a Historically Black University). I am deeply humbled to have received some national awards for my work and have had my work featured in some dope outlets. You can check out all the fancy stuff in detail on my university web page CLICK HERE.
Who am I: I love radically reimagining and working to create a world that is racially just, especially for Black people. I approach this work with a deep sense of radical care, grace, and honesty. I am a father of two brilliant and beautiful Black daughters and a life partner and husband to an amazing Black woman. I love Black people, friends that have my back, deep conversations, watching re-runs of A Different World and Martin. I also love teaching and communicating, learning (I could still be in school, that’s how much I love learning), and critical digital marketing. So I teach, write academic articles, op-eds, and books (I’m working on one right now). My faith is central to me and I love me some 2Pac. And last, but not least, I was made in Detroit (what up doe!).