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Kelvin Green II

Kelvin Green II is a member of the Class of 2021 and is studying Physics. On campus, he lives in Chocolate City (New House) and enjoys reading, listening to music, and catching up on the latest episode of "For The People". Issues of inclusion are central to Kelvin, and he hopes to help effectuate an importance in the MIT community to not merely think about inclusion as a footnote in one's educational journey, but as the crux of one's educational experience. Kelvin was raised in Round Rock, TX and now lives in Richmond, VA. He is an alumnus of Phillips Exeter Academy, School Year Abroad China, and MIT OEOP's Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science (MITES) program. Kelvin plans to be a biophysicist, medical physician, and health policy maker with the purpose of increasing underprivileged communities' access to medical resources. At MIT, he is the MIT 2018-19 Black Students' Union Political Action Committee Co-Chair.

Why Did You Decide to Become a Director?

After attending The Fair last fall, I became cognizant of areas in which this experience could be improved for all in the MIT community. With this motivation, I was inspired to become a valuable asset as a Director and bring my perspective and experiences to the table.
— Kelvin Green II