Hon. Roger L. Green, executive director of the DuBois Bunche Center For Public Policy, is also a distinguished lecturer at Medgar Evers College. From 1981 until 2005, Mr. Green served as a member of the New York State Assembly representing several neighborhoods in central Brooklyn. During his tenure in the Assembly, Mr. Green was widely acknowledged as an expert on educational reform as well as on issues related to children and family policies. He served as the chairman of the Assembly’s Committee on Science and Technology, the Committee on Children and Families and the Joint Budget Conference Committee on Human Resources. A longstanding advocate of civil and human rights, Mr. Green worked within the legislative process to enact numerous laws that reflected his commitment to these principles. In addition to his responsibilities as the executive director of the DuBois Bunche Center, Mr. Green is a professor of Public Administration and the publisher of the soon-to-be-released “Solutions,” DBC’s journal.