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Brenda Green

UDL Implementation Specialist 
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Brenda Green is a UDL Implementation Specialist focusing on supporting leaders and teachers with the application of Universal Design for Learning.  

Prior to joining CAST, Brenda spent over 20 years teaching high school mathematics, coaching teachers and has held various leadership roles in an urban school setting.  She has also held pivotal roles at the College Board where she contributed significantly to the implementation and instructional support of College Board instructional programs. During this time, she supported and collaborated closely with district leaders and teachers implementing College Board instructional programs across the Western Region. She also facilitated professional learning services and coaching services for districts and sites across the United States. In her most recent role at the College Board, Brenda co-led the development of curriculum, instruction and assessments for the Pre-AP Mathematics Program, a College Board program that launched in 2018.   

When she is not fulfilling her passion to improve the educational outcomes for marginalized students and students of color, she loves spending time with family and friends, vacationing around the world, and advancing her culinary skills. She also participates in regular community service projects with her sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.  


Ed.D., K-12 Leadership in Urban School Setting, University of Southern California  

M.Ed., Mathematics Education, Cambridge College  

B.S., Mathematics, California State University, Long Beach  


"The heart of leadership is connection, and connection is about empathy, curiosity, and emotional courage."

— Brené Brown 

"A democratic education means that we educate people in a way that ensures they can think independently, that they can use information, knowledge, and technology, among other things, to draw their own conclusions."

— Linda Darling-Hammond

"With an education you all have everything you need to rise above the noise and fulfill every last one of your dreams."

— Michelle Obama

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