Black and Green: Two Centuries of Sustainability, Green Programming at Weeksville Heritage Center


John Nicholas Brown Center 357 Benefit Street

As Executive Director of the Weeksville Heritage Center, Pamela Green is responsible for the management and expansion of this unique historic African American preservation and education organization. Ms. Green's current focus is on the construction a new multimillion dollar education and cultural arts building. Prior to the Weeksville Heritage Center, Ms. Green was Vice President of Outreach and Strategic Partnerships for Sesame Workshop where she created and managed corporate public service initiatives that extended the reach and impact of all Sesame Workshop properties, nationally and internationally. Ms. Green created the Office of Food Programs and Policy Coordination for the City of New York. She also served as the Commissioner of the Agency for Child Development. She was the first Executive Director of the Food For Survival Food Bank. Ms. Green's corporate experience includes developing financing packages and marketing to minority businesses, commercial real estate developers and firms engaged in exporting and importing for First National Bank of Chicago and computer programming and systems analysis for IBM. Ms. Green has an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago and a B.A. in Mathematics from Fisk University. She serves on the Boards of Community Resource Exchange and the Museum Association of New York.