Drew Greene

A recent alumnus of Duke University from Richmond, Virginia, Drew Greene graduated as a Reginaldo Howard Memorial Scholar with a major in public policy and minors in both education and inequality studies. Greene is currently a Fulbright Scholar pursuing a master’s in education and learning at the University of Turku in Turku, Finland.

An education researcher, Greene primarily focuses on postsecondary education funding, university instruction, and university-assisted community schools. His roles at Duke included positions with the Office of Government Relations, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, Durham University-Assisted Community Schools Research Collective, and The Graduate School. Additionally, Greene served on several presidential advisory committees related to university operations, development, and inclusion. In his free time, he coached 5-and-6-year-old basketball in Durham through student-run nonprofit Coach2Inspire and chaired Duke’s International Student Orientation.

Outside of Duke, Greene previously worked as a data evaluation specialist at the Center for Supportive Schools in partnership with the New York City Department of Education and as a research intern at AccessLex Institute, a legal education nonprofit. He also spent a summer with the Mississippi Teacher Corps as an administrative aide and middle school math teacher in Holly Springs, MS.

Greene was nominated by the Undergraduate Young Trustee Nominating Committee in 2024. He is serving a two-year term on the board, one year as an observer and one year as a voting member.

July 2024