Join us at this year's Evening at the Contemporary as we honor Dorrell Green
Connecting Generations is proud to honor Dorrell Green, Superintendent of the Red Clay Consolidated School District, at this year's "Evening at the Contemporary" fundraising event.
Dorrell Green has dedicated his career to serving children across New Castle County, both as a teacher and as an educational leader for three of Delaware's largest public school districts.
Green's career in education began 20 years ago in the City of Wilmington, when he was a teacher at Bancroft Elementary School and Stubbs Elementary School. After honing his skills in the classroom, he embarked on a path to leadership, serving as an Assistant Principal at Stubbs and then as the Principal of Harlan Elementary School. Green made a natural transition to district leadership in 2012, when he was named Director of Elementary Education and Title I Services and then Assistant Superintendent for the Brandywine School District. In that role, he led district operations in the areas of transportation, discipline, nutrition, facilities, finance and human resources.
Green joined the Delaware Department of Education in 2017 as the Director of Innovation and Improvement. He currently serves as Superintendent of the Red Clay Consolidated School District.
Green earned his degree in elementary teaching education from the University of Delaware in 1998 and his master's degree in educational leadership and administration from UD in 2004. He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Education degree in Organizational Leadership from Wilmington University.
Known as one of the finest defensive backs and strongest team leaders in Blue Hens history, Green was inducted into the University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame in 2019.
A resident of Wilmington, he and his wife, Bonita, have a son (Jordan) and two daughters (Jada and Jasmine).
Congratulations to Superintendent Dorrell Green!