This MOCO Native Is The First Black Student Body President At Yale!

Kahlil Greene made history at Yale University when his classmates elected him as their first black student body president. The Montgomery County native got his start right here in the DMV where he graduated from Poolesville High School.

Greene, who will begin his junior year at the university this fall, campaigned on a four-part policy plan, which included, fostering a safer, healthier and more equitable campus culture, the Yale Daily News reported. He was elected as president in April.

Greene, who is an economics major, served on the Yale College Council prior to his election as president. 

So I think a huge congratulations is in order for him!


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