Tyler Joshua Green
Throughout the years, Tyler Joshua Green has made great strides in social, scholarly and spiritual endeavors. A member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and Alpha Kappa Mu Honors society, Green has used his platform to connect to life beyond the church and academy. Tyler is the bi-weekly author of Panther Newspaper’s “Spiritual Enrollment”, as well as a writer for M Lifestyle magazine's development segment. He is also an inductee into the International Academy of Preachers where he made his sermonic introduction in Atlanta, Georgia's 2013 spring conference.
Additionally, he holds the title of the Inaugural James P. Brawley Orator of the Year and displays this powerful oratorical gift across the US from the Mayor of Atlanta's Masked Ball to radio and television premiers on stations such as V103, the CW, WSB, CBS, ABC, BET and CNN. Green has also been featured in the Indianapolis Star, Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Huffington Post, and New York Times for his ministerial strides in social justice.
His additional writing publications include "Gospel in the City," and "Whispers in the Dark." Tyler Joshua Green humbly served as the 2012-2013 SGA President of Clark Atlanta University, the youngest in the institution’s history and is a professor at the Allen Entrepreneurial Institute teaching "Focus and Discipline," and "Effective Communication." After graduating with honors from Clark Atlanta University with a B/A in Philosophy and Religion, Tyler enrolled in Duke University’s Master of Divinity program.
In addition to his "Who's Who Among American College Students" nominations, Mr. Green has served as a national spokesman for the likes of the Fund for Theological Education, Anheuser-Busch and the United Negro College Fund. He serves as a board member for the Duke University Human Rights Center at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute and former trustee for the Clark Atlanta University board. He continues to grace the campus, community and country with his intellectual and spiritual poise through sermons, seminars, and speaking engagements on topics concerning social commentary, scholarship significance and spiritual importance.