Alicia Greene is an accomplished educator, performing artist and museum professional. She is a noted speaker and facilitator on issues of diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion; as well as a committed advocate for social justice. She has trained at Kansas State University, Brown University, and Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero. Greene has worked with non-profit organizations for over 20 years in community engagement, community advocacy, performing arts and education. She is also a Member of NECAP (New England Consortium of Artist-Educator Professionals) as well as a former professional football player. Before returning to Boston Ballet in 2020, Greene was a teaching artist for 10 years for Boston Ballet School’s Education and Community Initiative programs. She also facilitated a “Culturally Responsive Teaching” professional development series for Boston Ballet School staff.