For City College Board 2022
Dr. Green was born and raised in San Francisco’s Western Addition and is an educator with extensive experience in higher education. He has years of experience working within the California Community College system. He began his career as an adjunct counseling faculty at Skyline College in 2006, later transitioning to City College of San Francisco, where he served as a financial aid academic counselor. Upon moving to Southern California, Green became a tenured faculty member and department chair at West Los Angles College before moving back to San Francisco where he served as an administrator at Merced College.
Since 2021, Dr. Green has served as the Dean of Academic Counseling and Student Services for West Valley College, where he coordinates various student services programs with a focus on individual educational goal completion for transfer, degree attainment or certification.
In addition to his work as a college administrator, Dr. Green serves on a variety of higher education boards, including the African American Male Education Network & Development Program (“A2MEND”), Black/African American Advisory Panel of the California Community Colleges, and is also an active member in the San Francisco community serving on the Board of Directors of the Alive and Free/Omega Boys Club and the Bayview YMCA.
The San Francisco Democratic Party
United Democratic Club
Eastern Neighborhood Democratic Club
Edwin M. Lee Democratic Club
Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club
The San Francisco Chronicle
The Bay Area Reporter
District 11 Democratic Club
Elected Officials & Community Leaders:
Eleni Kounalakis, Lt. Governor of California
London Breed, Mayor of San Francisco
Shamann Walton, President, SF Board of Supervisors
Willie Brown, Former Mayor of San Francisco
Dr. Joseph Marshall, Founder and Executive Director, Omega Boys Club
Scott Weiner, CA State Senator
Mayor London Breed Appoints Dr. Murrell Green to CCSF Board of Trustees
“I am extremely proud to appoint San Francisco native and the Western Addition’s very own Murrell Green to the City College of San Francisco Board of Trustees,” said Mayor Breed. “Green has spent his entire career serving the students of our state’s community colleges and understands the many difficulties they face navigating the complex system. His experience, expertise, and roots in the community will bring a valued perspective to this Board.”
Murrell Green is an Active Board Member of A2MEND
A2MEND is a nonprofit led by African American male educators who utilize their scholarly and professional expertise to foster institutional change within California’s community college system to increase success of African American male students.