George “Chip” Greenidge is one of the greatest minds of this generation.
Chip is a Ph.D candidate in sociology at Georgia State University. He holds a master’s Degree in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University Graduate School of Education and a Bachelor’s in Political Science and International Studies from Morehouse College.
His is the founder and director of the “Greatest Minds” - a non-profit organization that works with college students and young professionals to become the next generation of civic leaders through mentoring, volunteering and participating.
Chip has served in many capacities throughout his career in the fields of non-profit, government, philanthropy, and education. Most recently, he was President of the Boston Empowerment Zone, a federally funded HUD initiative aimed at economic investment in U.S. urban neighborhoods and the Founder and Executive Director of the National Black College Alliance, Inc., a nonprofit focused on providing alumni mentors to college and high school students. His work as a convener has also been recognized locally and nationally by several organizations including the Aspen Institute, National Urban League, and the Independent Sector.
But it’s his latest addition to his resume that he’s here to talk about today! Chip is now a visiting fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School in his home town of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
He’s just a Kid from Cambridge, but his impact is being felt worldwide.Support the show (https://paypal.me/thepowerplayshow?locale.x=en_US)
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