George Greenidge

executive director, National Black College Alliance

In 1988, George “Chip” Greenidge was the president of the senior class at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. A graduate of Morehouse College, Harvard University’s School of Education and School of Business, Mr. Greenidge helped found Cambridge’s Benjamin Banneker Charter School, which focuses on math and science education for African-American and Latino elementary students. George is currently executive director of the National Black College Alliance, a group of alumni and students of historically black colleges and universities, who work with with urban minority high school students to create a new generation of civic leaders. Mr. Greenidge recently launched a series of “Greatest Minds” summits to get Boston Black professionals more involved in the city’s civic and cultural life.

In 1988, George “Chip” Greenidge was the president of the senior class at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. A graduate of Morehouse College, Harvard University’s School of Education and School of Business, Mr. Greenidge helped found Cambridge’s Benjamin Banneker Charter School, which focuses on math and science education for African-American and Latino elementary students. George is currently executive director of the National Black College Alliance, a group of alumni and students of historically black colleges and universities, who work with with urban minority high school students to create a new generation of civic leaders. Mr. Greenidge recently launched a series of “Greatest Minds” summits to get Boston Black professionals more involved in the city’s civic and cultural life.

Website
www.nbcalliance.org