Dean Carmen Renée Green Redefining Equity and Opportunity in Medical Education for New York City’s Next Generation of Healers, Scholars, and Advocates
Carmen Renée Green, MD, Dean of the CUNY School of Medicine was honored at the Forbes 50 over 50 Impact celebration in New York City on December 8, 2022. https://www.forbes.com/50over50/impact
Dean Green joins U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Ketanji Brown-Jackson; Co-anchor of the TODAY show, Hoda Kotb; Author, Educator and Researcher, Brene Brown; and more in the prestigious Forbes ranking of the top 50 women social entrepreneurs and changemakers who are using their empathy, insight and savvy to help make the world a better and more equitable place.
The new Forbes 50 over 50 award is in recognition of Dean Green’s bold and passionate leadership at the CUNY School of Medicine, which is creating more innovative and inclusive educational and research opportunities while eliminating health and educational inequities.
The CUNY School of Medicine The CUNY School of Medicine is one of the most inclusive medical programs in the United States delivering excellence and diversity in medicine for more than 650 BS/MD and Physician Assistant students.
is New York City’s only public medical school. Located within the iconic Harris Hall on the campus of the historic City College of New York, we are proud to call Harlem home. From the inception of the Sophie Davis Center/School of Biomedical Education in 1973, to transitioning into the CUNY School of Medicine in 2016, our innovative curriculum and mission remain committed to meeting the healthcare needs of underserved communities, increasing diversity in the medical profession.